Our second event Comics & VR titled "The Art of Visual Storytelling" was a veritable success and attracted over 90 people from a diverse range of fields (film, writing, design, comic art, animation etc.) in end of July. Even though it was a warm summer evening they found their way into the Innospace at the [...]
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On Friday the 9th of June 2017 we had scheduled our first COMICS & VR MeetUp, adding to the diversity of events around Comics and the hot topic of VR. We aim at presenting each time: Info about the field and technique 2 Comic project picks to analyse one VR showcase on site 2 guests, [...]
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In an former Berlin brewery a bold tech event took place, aggregated by an team called "Pirate" but a lot less riots or lawlessness was to be expected or on display – not with sponsors like Audi. They are the organisers of "European´s craziest Tech event" in Cologne for early stage start ups and gave the [...]
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College of X was an official supporter of the reknowned international festival for animation and character design - this year with a strong focus on new technologies like VR. The team around Peter Thaler and Lars Denicke curate every year a specially fine line-up of artists and projects which make this festival unique and famous worldwide. [...]
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On the 6th of May we were kindly invited to give a talk at the COMICINVASION Berlin, organized by Marc Seestädt and his team collecting the local players of the Berlin Comic scene. We were proud to present our approach and focus theme COMICS & VR for the first time in public on Saturday 6pm [...]
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A high-class graphic design event took place in the HKW (Haus der Kulturen der Welt) from 25-27th of May. Their highly recommendable series of talks are available online @ www.typotalks.com They rightfully state, that The great transformations of our era are based on flexibility, agility and diversity. While the creative elite of the last generation still [...]
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In 2017 the first Making Games Festival hosted by the Making Games magazine was part of the Berlin International Games Festival spanning over 3 days in the vast Station Berlin. The organisers offered a low-threshold event, meaning showcases of new games and industry talks where well balanced towards showing and experiencing, which means letting people [...]
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AMAZE Indie Games Festival is a local Berlin showcase and conference for "playful media". It is considered a landmark among game design connaisseurs in the array of international game conferences because of its genuine artistic approach supporting and exhibiting also unusual projects. This year it offered a dedicated VR track and conference showcasing "weird" and [...]
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