Our recommended sites (a work in progress)
A global community of museum leaders, innovators and makers who champion future thinking in museums. MuseumNext conferences take place throughout the year in Europe, North America and Australia.
Celebrating the year’s most innovative examples of digitally enabled storytelling, from Columbia University School of Arts
Provides a setting for prodigious digital creators and their works to support them during their creation and then worldwide distribution to companies, public spaces or private places. Also recommend following their news section, covering the world of digital art internationally. It addresses current events of major or emerging artists and their artworks, and topics related to innovation, research and the relationship between art, science and technology.
Danny Rose is a multidisciplinary art and design collective that specializes in creating and realizing super-sized audiovisual shows, multimedia immersive experiences, interactive 3D mapping on urban surfaces, architectural art mapping, multimedia installations, light shows… ranging from music, theater, opera, museum design, light festivals, public space staging…
Sónar+D is the international conference that brings together a combination of activities with a common theme: the relationship between creativity and technology, and the digital transformation of the cultural industries involved.
Barcelona June 14-17 2017
The Ars Electronica Center (Austria) is a place of inquiry and discovery, experimentation and exploration, a place that has taken the world of tomorrow as its stage, and that assembles and presents influences from many different ways of thinking and of seeing things. Hosts one of the most important Media Arts festivals each year.
A 6-day Music, Art and Technology festival, held annually in March, London. Convergence Sessions creates a festival hub where a diverse range of artistic practitioners share their insights, ideas and techniques in a creative, interdisciplinary atmosphere, through a series of talks, workshops and demonstrations.
Experience stories in an immersive, 360-degree video experience, reported by NYT award-winning journalists.
A journalistic hub of 360 degree images, creating a VR experience.
Immersive journalism is to allow the participant to actually enter a virtually recreated scenario representing the news story. The participant will be typically represented in the form of a digital avatar – an animated 3D digital representation of the participant, and see the world from the first-person perspective of that avatar.