Film & Circus performance

Volumetric capture for creating virtual performances through collaboration between NICA and FGA students
John McCormick
Department of Film & Animation
Kim Vincs
Centre of Transformative Media Technologies
Kaleb Hawkins
National Institute of Circus Arts
This project will pilot the use of cutting edge Volumetric Capture technology at Swinburne’s new Volumetric Capture Studio in Prahran. We will create a prototype virtual circus performance by creating 3-dimensional spatial recordings of circus performances by National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) students in collaboration with students from Film, Games and Animation (FGA).
These recordings can be distributed as Virtual Reality (VR) or Augmented Reality (AR) artifacts extending the audience for the student circus artists and digital content developers.
Shareable teaching and learning resources for this project coming soon!

Findings (Coming soon!)
Findings will include the following sub-sections: 
 - Problem 
- Overview 
- Emergent Outcomes 
- Key Learnings
- Detail around how the project addressed the Digital Literacies Pillars
- Impact data ​​​​​​​
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