2008 : ... I began this directory after production of 3 Sisters @ Theatre UAF
* I started this directory while (after) producing 3 Sisters... 2006: updates 2007
How to combine the live and pre-recorded segments?
One Hamlet. And the mirror? Hamlet with the camera. Survalence cameras, view from the Purgatory. The main issue: how does the underworld looks like? How it functions?
How to audition the cast and -- the public?
Epilogue: the Ghost meets them all; they are dead. What does take place then?
Yahoo: Ghost in Hamlet [google search)
QuestionsQuestions? Travel in time! Go for 2003!
2007 : thinking about Theatre UAF 50 years from now (April = 50 years). ... And I went back to Virtual Theatre pages -- yes, take a good look, Anatoly...
NOTES:* Toronto, CANADA - 29.9.01: Vivid Group Inc. is proud to announce that it has experienced a dramatic increase in sales of its unique and totally engaging Vivid Virtual Theatre (V.V.T.) in the last year. V.V.T. simulators are an incredible new, full body immersive Virtual Reality Simulation for multiple participants that are part of Vivid's line of Gesture Xtreme (GX) Systems and Applications designed for public entertainment venues. http://www.vividgroup.com/press_vvt.htm * Every quarter over 1100 students register for Theatre 100, the largest GEC course on campus. Students enrolled in the course are required, among other things, to review and analyze set designs and lighting for a number of different influential plays and productions. Traditional approaches to this investigation have been limited to slide presentations, with a possible visit to a single set, assuming there is a production staged in Columbus during the quarter of enrollment. Last year we proposed and were funded through the Instructional Innovation Grant Program to use emerging Web3D technology to provide an alternative, interactive source for this experience. The resulting Roy Bowen Virtual Theatre prototype has been developed, and promises to become a cornerstone to the pedagogy of Theatre 100 and other courses within the Department of Theatre. http://accad.osu.edu/~kwhitloc/vtp/pages/grant2a.htm
Web Event. Several Medias (film/video, live performance, papets, shadow theatre, texts on the screens). Hypertext Narrative; the public vote on the next event in the plot. The discussions are the part of the show (limit everything timewise -- who is the moderator?).
Spectators are pre-screened (test on their knowledge of the play) before the event.
Survival for the final narrative (one is voted to finish the story). Game.
Voting out the characters? (Not all characters, only the ones Ghost cares for). Cyber-spectators?
Several locations, or in Denmark (super-imposed as a set?)
The watching (passive) public (webcast). Dates?
* Il teatro virtuale is a mobile virtual environment designed for the visualization of high-resolution virtualized scenes and for visual data mining. http://iit-iti.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/projects-projets/virtual-theatre-virtuel_e.html
* Virtual Theatre * ICT resources of schools' teams.
Teams are welcomed to submit virtual projects of illustrated performance (pictures/drawings & screenplay) of all types of artistic activities (happenings, classic or modern theatres, science fiction stories, etc.), flash visualisations and other.
Each year the bests will be recognized and awarded with the prestige iEARN diploma for Virtual School Theatre Master (read more -> Diplomas and Awards) http://webnews.textalk.com/en/article.phtml?id=47211
The Theatre of Virtual Reality: Designing Scenery in an Imaginary World
Imagine designing scenery in a magical theatre. That is to say, even more magical than usual. Sitting in your favorite seat, you look upon a set that was conceived only minutes before. It seems to you that the stage left wall needs to be a foot taller and invisible carpenters rush in to stretch the offending scenery to the desired height. After a few more such adjustments, you notice that the color of the cyclorama doesn't look the way you imagined, so the paint begins to change from one color to the next until you see one that suits your fancy. Still, the mood isn't right. You motion to mystical electricians, and in an instant the stage is awash with soft blue light. Add a little white side light and the scene is complete. It's time to check sightlines. With a snap of your fingers you are transported to another seat on the far side of the theatre. A wave of the hand starts you levitating towards a seat in the balcony. You then continue on, floating up into the fly loft so that you can see how your set will appear in a groundplan.
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