Together with the Nederlandse Filmacademie (http://www.ahk.nl/filmacademie/) & VRBase (http://vrbase.amsterdam/) the VR020 meetup will organise a meetup where we will dive into acting, greenscreens & CGI and of course all focussed on Virtual Reality.
[masked]: food(warm) & drinks
[masked]: PURPLEPILL presentation
[masked]: Brekel - Motion Capture & Mixed Reality
[masked]: break (& drinks)
[masked]: IMMERSIVE MEDIA/FILMACADEMY presentation
[masked]: MEDIAMONKS presentation
[masked]: pitch concepts
Purple Pill (http://purplepillvr.com/) is a creative content agency specialized in 360º 3D video. We made all the mistakes that a production house can make, and we'll now share the painful lessons we learned so you can avoid them.
Brekel - Motion Capture & Mixed Reality
Jasper Brekelmans ( http://brekel.com/ ) has been working with professional and consumer Motion Capture solutions for 15+ years. In this presentation he'll talk about which technologies/techniques he has used on past projects and show a recent one that explores integrating Mixed Reality (using a HoloLens) within a realtime mocap production environment.
IMMERSIVE MEDIA/FILMACADEMY presentation
The Netherlands Film Academy (NFA) has a well known Immersive Media/Visual Effects (IMVFX) department. Their alumni are working all over the world on VFX for major blockbuster movies. Their VR-research mainly focuses on the possibilities of VR storytelling, inventing new dramatic narratives and exploring the possibilities of virtual acting/actors. By researching and developing VR-scenarios (for example: the Anne Frank House) and investigating new ways of real-time performance by virtual actors through motion capture, they want to train their students to become professionals in this quickly developing new visual language and in that way also hope to contribute to the VR-language development as a whole.
Mediamonks ( https://www.mediamonks.com ) is a global creative production partner. They work together with world's leading agencies, biggest brands and innovative media and technology companies. They will present their latest VR productions and will tell their tips & tricks.
Markenplein 1, 1011 MV Amsterdam, Netherlands (click here for Google maps (https://www.google.be/maps/place/Nederlandse+Filmacademieemail@example.com,4.9052237,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xb67cdab322ac4ee6!8m2!3d52.3684956!4d4.9052237))
You can get there by public transport by taking the Metro to Waterloo plein or you can get there by renting an OV bike at Central Station. If you are by car you can park in the neighbourhood or at the Waterlooplein parking (click here (http://www.parkking.nl/parkeergarage/amsterdam/waterlooplein/)).