Relative Motion took part in Wired Sussex's "VR Show and Tell" event at The Fusebox, Brighton on Thursday. We were there to show and discuss our Shakespeare VR project with the excitingly passionate and diverse community of creative and technical minds in the area.
Chris Lane introduced our team and the project, giving a very quick overview of our process and discoveries. There's a mini-summary of his presentation below. For the rest of the evening, our headsets were VERY thoroughly used as we shared our work! We met some super-interesting folk and we very much enjoyed all the discussions that ensued.
Our sincere thanks to Jasmin, Chris and Rosalie at The Fusebox for hosting us and this thriving community!
What we’re showing today…
What did we learn/discover?
What else are we up to?
Relative Motion was founded in London in 2012, originally working to craft exceptional, innovative theatre productions anchored in authentic performances, vibrant spaces and compelling stories. Now we use the same principles to create extraordinary VR.