Collective Reality (2016, 2017) [REF2021 collection]

Hyde, J (2021) Collective Reality (2016, 2017) [REF2021 collection].

Item Type: Artefact
Creators: Hyde, J
Abstract: Collective Reality was an immersive environment delivered through multichannel video and audio, projection mapping and motion tracking, intended to be experienced by large groups in real-time. The work was commissioned by NESTA for their 2016 Futurefest event in London's Tobacco Dock in 2016. A second version of the work, reconfigured for a fulldome environment, was presented at Immersion Experience in the 4-storey Satosphere at Montréal’s Société des Artes Technologiques in 2017. This Collection comprises a multi-component output with contextualising information, evidencing the two immersive experience events, Futurefest and Montréal’s Société des Artes Technologiques, in the form of: audio documentation of the Collective Reality installation, with all sound generated in real time in response to the movements of visitors to the installation; video documentation of the NESTA installation at Futurefest; photo documentation of a Collective Reality event at FutureFest 2016; and photo documentation of a Collective Reality event at IX SAT 2017. Contextualising evidence includes a 300-word statement, research timeline, research questions, and photo documentation of the 2016 residency and construction.
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Date: 2021

This Collection is a collation of research disseminated over the period 2016-2017, included in the REF2021 submission.

Divisions: Bath School of Music and Performing Arts
UoA: Music & Performing Arts
Date Deposited: 02 Mar 2021 18:48
Last Modified: 15 Aug 2021 09:55
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