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Title: Envisioning the future of virtual production in filmmaking: A remote co-design study
Authors: Bodini, A
Manohar, A
Colecchia, F
Harrison, D
Garaj, V
Keywords: co-design;remote workshop;audiovisual production;virtual reality;augmented reality
Issue Date: 25-Jul-2023
Publisher: Springer Nature
Citation: Bodini, A. et al. (2023) 'Envisioning the future of virtual production in filmmaking: A remote co-design study', Multimedia Tools and Applications, 83 (7), pp. 19015 - 19039. doi: 10.1007/s11042-023-16308-7.
Abstract: Virtual Production is a new process in the audiovisual industry, taking advantage of emerging technologies and attracting a significant degree of interest in academic and industrial research. This article documents a research process focusing on co-design of innovative solutions for Virtual Production relying on immersive technologies. Two remote collaborative workshops were organized involving audiovisual professionals covering different roles in different phases of the making process of audiovisual production. A range of innovative design concepts was generated as part of the research following group-based iterative discussion and evaluation. The study has contributed a set of innovative design solutions in relation to applications of immersive technologies in the audiovisual industry. The authors argue that the methods adopted have the potential to serve as a blueprint for design and implementation of future remote collaborative co-design processes in relation to audiovisual studies and, more generally, across disciplinary boundaries.
Description: Data availability: All the outcomes from the co-design studies have been made publicly available in the form of Mural boards.
ISSN: 0942-4962
Other Identifiers: ORCiD: Aimone Bodini
ORCiD: Arthi Manohar
ORCiD: Federico Colecchia
ORCiD: David Harrison
ORCiD: Vanja Garaj
Appears in Collections:Brunel Design School Research Papers

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