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2.S972 Fall 2018

Virtual Reality, Sound, and Cinema — Implications for Storytelling and Learning

Fridays, 1:30pm to 4:30pm

Instructors: Ken Zolot

Students will work with peers from The Berklee College of Music and Harvard University to explore the future of storytelling and learning through virtual and augmented reality. We’ll examine immersive audio and visual experiences, human perception and the senses, haptics, and embodiment: the ways in which we come to experience ourselves and others through many forms of media. Students will develop hands-on projects in a lab setting and will learn how to tell stories interactively using 360-degree video and computer-generated environments. Students will get access to state-of-the-art equipment and visiting expert mentors.

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