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Learn how to design for a full dome/planetarium experience in this exclusive masterclass.
Domelab is the first mobile ultra-high resolution fulldome in Australia. Learn from leading experts Professor Sarah Kenderdine, Professor Paul Burke, Associate Professor Stefan Greuter and Dr Christopher Barker about the challenges and opportunities of ultra HD fulldome visualisation. The masterclass discusses content development methods based on a number of case studies involving film/animation, real-time visualisation and games, followed by a tour behind the scenes of Domelab and experience a selected number of Domelab works in a private session.
What you will learn:
- how to design for linear content development
- how to design for real-time interactive content development
- opportunity to develop a prototype in our 'Live Lab'
- private tour of the Domelab and Design + Play exhibition
Presented by RMIT University's Centre for Game Design Research, School of Media and Communication as part of the Design + Play exhibition (29 April to 14 May 2016).
Professor Sarah Kenderdine is the Deputy Director of NIEA and the Director of the iGLAM Lab (Laboratory for Innovation in Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums). She researches at the forefront of interactive and immersive experiences for museums and galleries.
Professor Paul Bourke is the manager of the EPICentre facility at UNSW. He has extensive experience of novel display technologies for data visualisation including immersive platforms such as hemispherical domes.
Associate Professor Stefan Greuter is the founder and director of the Centre for Game Design Research (CGDR) in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University. Stefan’s research is interested in solving existing problems using innovative game design experiences that bring together research from multiple disciplines including Business, Construction, Occupational Health and Safety, Art, Design and Information Technology.
Registration and bookings
Tickets: General $150, students $75.
Getting thereVenue: RMIT Design Hub,Building 100, Level 3, Lecture theatre, corner of Victoria Street and Swanston Street, Melbourne
Walk to the intersection of Victoria and Swanston Streets.
Trams running along Swanston Street include routes 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67 and 72, from which you can connect to the train at Melbourne Central or Flinders Street.
Visit the Public Transport Victoria website for more information and connecting services in your area.
No on-campus parking is available for visitors, but you’ll find many commercial car parks a short walk away. Metered street parking is also available nearby, but note the time limits and clearway restrictions.