Month: January 2022

Immersive Media Lab

Using Isadora to create a Synaesthesthetic-based experience


‘Sensing Synaesthesia’ Prototype Demonstration This is a demonstration of an experience I have called ‘Sensing Synaesthesia’, which is a sensory based audio-visual experience built within Isadora, which communicates between a MIDI keyboard and Logic Pro X for sound control. Sensing Synaesthesia Explainer This video presents the Isadora file, discussing how hardware and software interact to

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Immersive Media Lab

Developing a multi-sensory interactive prototype


My interest in immersive and interactive media has grown over the months I have been studying the MA Immersive Media degree. I have developed a range of skills and knowledge surrounding technologies that enable me to build rich experiences. Whilst the technology is only a tool to tell the story, it is important for me

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Immersive Storytelling

Key findings, conclusions and indications on future research


Research was conducted into what storytelling medium could facilitate the use of a multi-sensory narrative, possibly based on the concepts around Synaesthesia. I found that, despite Virtual Reality (VR) providing a platform that elicits emotion and empathy, and also facilitates a way of controlling the use of senses, this medium may not be suited towards

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