Event - The Making of EARTHQUAKE (Bay Area)
Production, The Making Of EARTHQUAKE
From paleolithic cave art to modern fulldome cinema, storytellers have enveloped audiences in their narratives - drawing viewers into a first-person experience that approximates reality. Fulldome Digital Production is one of the latest and richest opportunities for filmmakers to create truly immersive experiences.
|Ryan Wyatt, Director of Morrison Planetarium and Science Visualization, Introducing Earthquake and the California Academy of Sciences fulldome filmmaking approach|
|Tom Kennedy, Panel Moderator, Head of Production, Visualization Studio, California Academy of Sciences and producer of Earthquake: Evidence of a Restless Planet|
Panelists will include:
|Matthew Blackwell, Technical Director/Data Lead, presenting the integration of motion footage, geo-located data and photogrammetry for large-scale spherical projection|
|Jeroen Lapré, Senior Technical Director, presenting the scientific and historic reconstruction of the 1906 "Great Earthquake" at California and Market Streets in San Francisco|
|Mike Schmitt, VFX Supervisor/Production Designer, presenting 3-Dimensional design considerations for the fulldome immersive experience|
Saturday, October 6, 2012 from 6:30PM to 9:30PM
California Academy of Sciences
55 Music Concourse Drive, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA 94118
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6:30PM - Registration and Refreshments
7:30PM - Screening of Earthquake
8:00PM - Panel Discussion on Fulldome Digital Production
9:00PM to 9:30PM - Questions
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