Speaker: Lynus Hee
With the increasing popularity and different application of 360 VR, it is important to discuss an import issue that comes naturally with video: Editing. Ever since the first continuity cut was used in 1898 by Rober W. Paul, there has been a development of rules in film montage in which film makers “abide by” such as the 180 degree rule and match action cuts.
Speaker Lynus Hee has recently been concluded a year-long research into this area of 360 VR video editing and will share his findings. So if you don’t have anyone to celebrate Valentine’s day with, head on down to Toa Payoh Library at 7p.m.
Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1797368173846126
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Creative Crew Singapore is a non-profit organisation devoted to spear the development of the local community for greater learning. We explore the learning evolution - learn unique experiences with tools or stories to give shape to ideas, and what are the trends that will shape how you'll work and think.
We hold a series of talks and workshops by some of the brightest minds from design, development, experience and technology.