18 May 2019
A collaborative partnership between myself and Agatha Gothe-Snape has recently received $20,000 funding from the New South Wales government as part of their 360 VISION: Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality Development Initiative.
This will enable us to continue to develop ‘Every Act of Reading Performs a Work’ via a research and development program looking into the affordances of user experience and interaction design in virtual reality and virtual environments.
This will follow on from our pilot investigations that have resulted in a trailer for the project exhibited as part of “The National” and a research paper that Ali Chalmers-Braithwaite and I will present at the Body of Knowledge: Art and Embodied Cognition conference in June of this year at Deakin University.
Congratulations also go out to the other grant recipients, April Phillips, Eugenie Lee, Andrew Christie, John A. Douglas and the Theatre Kantanka.
Image: Agatha Gothe-Snape interviews Brian Fuata from within Virtual Reality.