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Here’s a workshop on using VR to tell stories

Led by Matthew Ragan, the July 16 event explores how emerging technologies are creating new forms of storytelling.

Just some of the VR technology on display at the Baltimore Innovation Week 2015 kickoff event. (Photo by Stephen Babcock)

We’ve seen the beginnings of virtual reality in film, such as Digital Cave Media’s recent work with Discovery.
On Saturday, Matthew Ragan is set to dig into a daylong workshop about how VR and other new technology fits into the storytelling process. Held at the JHU/MICA Film Center at the Centre Theatre in Station North, the 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. workshop is free and open to the public.
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Ragan, an interactive system designer and media maker, is set to break down technologies such as virtual reality, projection mapping, screen-based interactions and responsive environments. The day will include a mix of lectures and hands-on activities.
It’s a program of the Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund in Film & Media Studies at Johns Hopkins University, which is also running a film incubator.

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