Building Worlds & Creating Experiences through Immersive Content and VR

Summit: per18


Length: 16:49


Frame VR is an award-winning developer of virtual reality content based in Perth. Frame VR employ a wealth of creative disciplines, from real-time virtual reality to online digital, augmented reality, and 360 video production to push boundaries. In 2014, Frame VR won a WA State Heritage Award for the ground-breaking Time Window augmented reality experience, and several WA Screen Awards for the highly innovative short film Factory 293. Frame received the 2015-2016 Most Creative Media/Entertainment Technology Award at the 25th Annual WAITTA INCITE awards for the augmented reality project ANZAC Tom, as well as a nomination at the 2016 WA Screen Awards in the Best Interactive Narrative category for the historical virtual reality project, Diggers VR. Diggers VR has also just been nominated for Best Animated Narrative Film at this year’s VR Fest, and was also a nominee in the inaugural Virtual Reality/360 Video category at the 2016 Australian Effects and Animation Festival (AEAF).

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This talk is presented by

Justin McArdle - Founder, Frame Labs

In 2011, Justin relocated from UK to Australia and established Frame Labs, an independent production company specialising in interactive media, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). Since then he has produced Time Window (2013), an AR project and winner of a 2014 Western Australian State Heritage Award, the short film Factory 293 (2014), winner of three WASA awards for Best Editing, Best SFX, and Best Production Design, ANZAC Tom AR (2015), winner of an INCITE award, Diggers VR (2015), a 2017 VR Fest nominee, and Is Australia Racist? VR (2016) developed for SBS television. In addition to working with indigenous writer/director Tyson Mowarin and acclaimed VR artist Stuart Campbell on Thalu: Dreamtime Is Now, Justin is also developing Cavity VR with cult graphic novelist Justin Randall, a real-time virtual reality fantasy experience set in a dystopian world, where farmboys, girl shamans, demons, and giant worms battle to survive.