At the initiative of the Réunion des Musées Nationaux – Grand Palais and Fisheye , the second edition of the Palais Augmenté festival will be held from June 17 to 19, 2022 at the Grand Palais Ephémère in Paris. On this occasion, the Bachelor Media & Interaction Design of ECAL will be represented in several ways.
ECAL Virtual Reality Lab
Bachelor Media & Interaction Design students propose an immersion in the ECAL Virtual Reality Lab - a series of Virtual Reality projects, created as part of a course with Sami Benhadj, questioning the representation and place of the spectator in a 360° sequence. The projects focus on the link between moving images, visual effects, rhythm and immersion. With the use of computer generated 3D imagery, these projects revisit the form of the video clip in an innovative way by giving them different possible readings thanks to the interactivity of the medium.
Elodie Anglade - Maya Bellier - Soraya Camina - Marine Dang - Basil Dénéréaz - Nora Fatehi - Mélanie Fontaine - Sébastien Galera - Léonard Guyot - Jamy Herrmann - Evan Kelly - Leoni Limbach - Kylan Luginbühl - Bogdan Nastase - Mika Pica - Jorge Reis - Julie Ryser - Nathanaël Vianin
Mood Forecast & The Looking Glass - Pierry Jaquillard & ZEROTERA
ECAL graduates are honored with Pierry Jaquillard (Mood Forecast) and the collective ZEROTERA (The Looking Glass), who each present a project.
In the first one, a personalised weather forecast for each person appears in the Grand Palais Ephémère. It can be sunny, cloudy, rainy or rainbows, at dusk or dawn...
In the second, mysterious floating architectures are revealed. Like windows to another dimension, we discover an astral universe populated by avatars. These curious characters, like false reflections, have a familiar behavior... Can you recognise them?
Conference by Pierry Jaquillard & Paul Lëon (ZEROTERA) - Sunday, June 19 from 1 to 2 pm
Feedback on the creation of digital works: new tools and emerging methods. How to integrate the virtual in a creative process? How to appropriate it? What place to give it? How not to get lost in it? How to make it cohabit with the tangible space? How to imagine singular contexts?
Grand Palais Ephémère
Avenue Pierre Loti