JAN 11 - 15

2020

WHAT'S NEXT FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY? @ TROMSO INT. FILM FESTIVAL

Tromso, Norway

SEEK: Refractions  is a workshop focused on new media experimentation that is taking place in Tromsø from the 11th - 12th of January 2020. The theme of this special workshop is refraction -  a process which aptly describes the passage of these mediums - in this case through the lens of the proverbial film industry. Participants are invited to work in teams and explore, imagine and design ideas for the future of the film industry - against the backdrop of the 30th anniversary of the Tromsø International Film Festival.  

Selected participants will work in teams to reflect, ideate and create conceptual prototypes of their ideas with the help of XR experts. The aim of the event is to generate innovative entertainment projects to be presented at the Festival where a jury will select the best idea to be developed during the month of June. 

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APRIL/ MAY

2020

innovation challenge @

TRIBECA - CANNES FILM FESTIVAL

New York - Cannes

Two weeks program where 12 traditional filmmakers (6 from US, 6 from EU) will have the opportunity to accelerate their first immersive project. The 4 best projects will be granted a small budget to produce their project and present it at Cannes or Tribeca 2021

Selected participants will work over a month developing their ideas with the help of the best experts at Tribeca and Cannes, where the best .2 ideas will receive funding to develop their project. The goals of the transatlantic lab is to foster connections between both US & EU creators and to help traditional filmmakers learn and transition to new forms of entertainment predicted to become mainstream in the next few years.

More information coming soon.

interactive documentary for impact @

docs barcelona

MAY

2020

Barcelona, Spain

Innovation laboratory with XR technologies for the development of narrative experiences with XR technologies (VR / AR / MR) that help raise awareness and disseminate the objectives of local non-profit entities aiming to solve social and environmental challenges.

For the lab we will select a total of 36 participants  (12 from different universities focus on technology, design and filmmaking) to work in multidisciplinary team to ideate and prototype their project. The winning team will present their project within the frame of DOCS BCN 2020.

More information coming soon.

immersive filmmaking (360) @

filmlab palestine

JUNE

2020

Ramallah, Palestine

Four days workshop for young filmmakers from Palestine to experiments and explore with 360 video format to be able to tell their own immersive stories. The projects will later be exhibited at Film Days Palestine in October.

Participants will work in teams to script, shoot and edit 3 to 4 pieces of 360 video with the help of experts. The aim of the event is to teach Palestinian filmmakers new forms of storytelling to be able to create and share their stories in a more immersive format that helps them depict their reality in a more accurate form.

More information coming soon.

Garage Stories opened its doors for the first time in 2017 in Silicon Valley

as an open lab for content creators to explore and build powerful

use cases with emerging technologies, mainly XR (VR/AR/MR),

but also related ones such as AI and 5G.

ENTERTAINMENT
open lab
garage stories

Open lab to push the boundaries of the unknown. 

IMPACt series
STORIES
X FUTURE
"We cannot be what we can't imagine"

Presented at AWEXR19/ Nominee Best use XR technology CES 2020 (DreamlandXR)

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SIA is a mixed reality solution build with Magic Leap to empower people with cognitive disabilities become more independent. Via augmented characters and stories, SIA moulds the world to your abilities and guides you through daily tasks and routines.

#sanfrancisco #inclusiveness #storiesxfuture

Team

Cristy Stone - Research Lead

Eric Flowers - UX Designer

Noreen Qureshi - Product Manager

Darius Clarke  - VR/AR Developer

Ewan Johnson - Entrepreneur

Presented at Nordic Film Festival 2019

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NUFF Club is an interactive movie design for large audience and movie theatre where decisions are democratic and the audience succeeds or fails as a whole in getting the main character into exclusive NUFF Club. The experience is complemented with real life awards for the audience upon their performance and real out loud screaming.

#norway #entertainment #interactivefilm

Team

Hanna Suni, Margaretta F A Orkan, Stian Andreassen

Charlotte Kristiansen, Amenallah Hraghi - Filmmakers

Simen Fjellstad, Rico Soleng - Developers

Ali Jabaly - Artist & Graphic designer

Presented at SmartCityExpo19/ 

Supported by L'H (Barcelona) City Council

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LaiApp creates volumetric sculptures of local inspiring women who might not appear in history books, but who've done highly relevant things in their neighbourhoods. LaiApp wants to preserve their stories and inspire future generations.

#lhospitalet #women #storiesxfuture

Team

Carolina Gaona - Storytelling Lead

Moisés de Abreu - VR/AR Developer

Carles Ribot - Volumetric Video

Presented at TEDx Guatemala 2018

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BitBooks are interactive pieces of AR content that through storytelling foster experimental learning amongst young students. Each Bb invites them to join exciting expeditions, adventures, etc, to learn about different subjects such as Geography, History or even Maths! Each BitBook contains a piece of the whole story, allowing kids to exchange knowledge and interact between themselves.

#guatemala #education #storiesxfuture

Team

Denis Guerrero - Filmmaker

Alejandro Valenzuela - Entrepreneur

Holly Millán - Graphic Designer

Norman Vicente - Apps Developer

Presented at Climate Week NYC 19

Impact Forum19 (BCN)

www.strikAR.co

Inspired by young climate activist Alexandria Villaseñor and Greta Thunberg, StrikAr offers the possibility to join demonstrations remotely via your personal avatar anywhere in the world to show your support.

#newyorkcity #activism #storiesxfuture

Team

Richard Gene Farmer - Producer

Luis Felipe - AR/VR Developer
Chris Kaczmarek - UX
Sweksha Sinha - Design & Tech

Christy Casey - Acting
Ahsan Qureshi - Marketer

PREMIERE @ Apolo 2 during MWC18

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Mettre en Lumière is a collective theatrical piece that combines Virtual Reality and Immersive Theatre.

Audience is invited to the famous music club Apolo in Barcelona (we all have embarrassed ourselves at least once there), where they have the option to review their memories and, possibly, delete them. What does Apolo know about you?

#barcelona #entertainment #LBE

Team

Actresses: Esther Noya, Núria Pascual
Creators: Ignasi Rubio, Júlia de Balle, Alice Labourel, Marcos Palazzesi, Diana Perdomo, Marc Perich Calvet and Alex Arellano Roldan.
DOP: Adrián Ruíz del Cerro, Futura VR
Sound: Victor Marín and Maximiliano Martínez
Postproduction: Jesús Rodríguez, Antaviana Films

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We create multidisciplinary teams of creatives and technologists and apply  design thinking  techniques to unlock creativity and generate and prototype disruptive ideas that open doors to new worlds of possibilities.

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Since June 2017 we've organized many workshops around the world and created impactful projects that have been exhibited at some the largest film festival such as Cannes Film Festival or conferences such as TEDx.

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Who want to learn, network, share and create innovative experiences and content with new technologies to push the entertainment industry

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We help you adopt new technologies in your communication strategy and 

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and indulge your creativity.

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