Elliott Hall, Tom Bowtell and Dr Ariana Ciula
REFRAMED 2017: PROJECT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
JULY – OCTOBER 2017
Reframed brings together storytellers and technological pioneers from the converging worlds of film, gaming and contemporary arts and media, to provide structured learning and workshops, combined with high-level mentoring from industry practitioners, peer-to-peer support, and space to test and explore ideas in a stimulating, fun and collaborative environment.
Elliott Hall, Tom Bowtell and Dr Ariana Ciula are one of six individuals/teams selected to develop a project idea using emerging creative practices and technical processes, including VR, games, augmented reality and 360°.
ABOUT THE TEAM
Elliott Hall is a Senior Developer at King’s Digital Lab with more than fifteen years’ experience in software development and research. He has worked across film and theatre and is the author of three novels. Director of creative education company KIT Theatre, Tom Bowtell is an expert in immersive theatre and interaction design with a focus on engaging young people in formal learning, and whose work has received National Charity and BAFTA awards. An analyst at King’s Digital Lab, Dr Arianna Ciula has managed research projects and funding schemes for King’s College London, the University of Roehampton, and the European Science Foundation. She is currently co-investigator on a project which aims to connect the use of digital models in research to models in life, from Lego bricks to visual arguments.
THE PROJECT: DIGITAL GHOST HUNT
Digital Ghost Hunt is an immersive educational storytelling experience which combines micro computing, augmented reality and live performance to inspire children to get into coding and support educators in delivering the coding requirements of the national curriculum.
Read Elliot Hall’s blog on the Digital Ghost Hunt project and his reflections on the second residential session of the Reframed Project Development Programme.
Find out about the Reframed Project Development Programme 2017.
Reframed is run by Lighthouse as part of its Studio programme, and supported by the National Lottery through the BFI and Creative England, with additional support from the University of Brighton.
The Reframed Project Development Programme is part of a wider programme, which included a series of Reframed Talks and Workshops with leaders and innovators from the fields of film, games, sound, contemporary arts and media to explore emerging practices within the realm of immersive and interactive storytelling.
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