Narrative Design for VR+Kids

INVITATION ONLY! PLEASE RSVP — FIRST-COME-FIRST-SERVED

Introducing the London chapter of our UK ‘Roadshow of Research on VR+Kids’ for the Children’s Media Foundation — hosted by the Immersive Storytelling Studio at the National Theatre, London.

As part of our VR+Kids Research ‘Roadshow’, we’re excited to announce the 2nd in our series; the London chapter, which will be hosted by the Immersive Storytelling Studio at the National Theatre, London on Tuesday 26th June to an invitation-only audience with 3 core exploration goals:

1. Appropriateness: the evolution of best practices for the design of VR content for children that compares duration, immersion, story-centered, learning-based experiences.

2. Cognitive and Sensory Health & Safety: scientific progress and studies into overloading children through VR experiences along with best practices.

3. Eye health & Balance: scientific progress and research into ongoing visual and balance implications and best practices .

Our kick-off event, was hosted in Leeds on 27th March and co-produced and hosted by Dubit, focussing on Crossing Over from Physical to Virtual.

The London chapter is looking at Narrative Design for VR+Kids, specifically at these topics;

VR as a Teaching Tool — Crisis Simulation in Real Time!
Narrative Design as Structure
Replayable Stories .vs. Episodic Bridges
Theatre & VR : Immersion & 4th Walls
Alison Norrington — storycentral, Toby Coffey- National Theatre, Martin Percy — Storyteller/Filmmaker/VR Director, Dina Lammiman — UCL, Rafael Pavon — Jaunt VR

With an informal format of 5x15 minute conversation-starters, discussion and knowledge share.

If you would like an invitation to join this intimate and exclusive roundtable discussion please email us at hello@storycentral.com

Spaces are capped at 25–30 and already limited!

If you’re not on the list — you can’t get in!! :O