We are delighted to announce audiovisual pioneer Stuart Warren Hill (visuals for bands such as Faithless and Coldcut) will present a live synesthetic, holographic performance on 21st July at 7pm, BFI Southbank. With no need for 3D glasses, Stuart’s technology immerses the audience into a world of special effects. The event is a UK Premiere as part of b.TWEEN 3D – held at the British Film Institute on London’s Southbank to celebrate 60 years since the first 3D public screening.
b.TWEEN 3D is a true playground for the pioneers bringing together the world’s thought leaders on this area of techonology and giving the public a chance to question them and find out what is going to come next…
This mind blowing day includes:
Showcase installations in the public areas:
Augmented reality – you’ve heard all about it but come see AR in action (yes there really will be an elephant in the room).
Mind your step – sensory triggers and QR codes will provide a new way to explore films and archive material in the BFI’s foyer.
Be greeted by an Artificial Intelligence welcome desk.
You can even take home a 3D souvenir of yourself…
Additionally thought leaders and innovators from games, advertising, TV, film, science and education will gather to discuss a future when the virtual spills from the screen onto the streets. Guest speakers at the conference include Baroness Susan Greenfield, Oxford University , Rebecca Allen – Director of Nokia Research Center Hollywood and Nokia Research Center Cambridge, Marco Tempest, Virtual Magician, Martyn Ware Heaven 17, Future of Sound, John Newbigin – Chairman of Creative England, Rachel Armstrong – senior TED Fellow, Philip Delamore – Senior Research Fellow in Digital Technologies, and the Director of the Fashion Digital Studio at the London College of Fashion, Mark Earls – author of “Herd: How to Change Mass Behaviour by Harnessing Our True Nature” Evan Grant – creative and technologist, founder of collective seeper, Mick Hocking – Head of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios’ stereoscopic 3D team.
b.TWEEN 3D, supported by Sony, is something new.