A virtual workshop for media and arts practitioners

Registration is now closed as the session is full. Please email us at info@objectifs.com.sg so that we can update you if we run this webinar again. 

Duration
1 session (Thurs 4 Jun 2020, 4pm to 5pm via Zoom)

Course Description
With the unexpected arrival of Covid-19 and ensuing lockdowns, various industries including the media and arts sectors are exploring moving their offerings online through digitalisation.

Objectifs recognises the impact of Covid-19 on media and arts practitioners and organisations and seeks to support the community by making accessible opportunities for learning and skills development during this period.

Join us for a free introductory webinar by creative technologist Lionel Chok (iMMERSiVELY), an experienced Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) specialist and educator, to learn more about digitalisation.

The webinar will cover
– Approaches to digitalising past, current and future works
– Challenges and advantages of digitalisation
– A broad introduction, with examples, to digitalisation using AR, VR and 360 video
– Creating new works with digitalisation in mind


Registration is now closed as the session is full. Please email us at info@objectifs.com.sg so that we can update you if we run this webinar again. 

Webinar Fee
This webinar is offered free of charge. Registration will be accepted on a first come, first-served basis. We encourage participants to attend who work in media or the arts, particularly those who have been impacted by Covid-19.

While this is a free event, please consider donating to Objectifs if you are able to. Your contribution goes directly to supporting our team, freelancers, and artists we work with, to help sustain our organisation during this difficult time. 

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Instructor
Lionel Chok (View Profile)

Date
Thurs 4 Jun 2020, 4pm to 5pm via Zoom

Technical Requirements

  • Participants should also be able to attend the webinar via Zoom. In order to ensure the security of the session, the meeting link and ID will only be shared with registered participants and a password will be required to enter the session.