After the cancellation of the 60. Bühnentechnische Tagung 2020 in Ulm at short notice, we transferred the digital.DTHG trade fair stand into the digital space and documented it on our YouTube channel. Continue reading “digital.DTHG at BTT_digital”
The project managers Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege present the project “Im/material Theatre Spaces” as an online session from the ditigal.DTHG lab after one year of project duration. Continue reading “Video BTT_digital Session: “Im/material Theatre Spaces””
At the BTT – the Stage Technology Conference, the most important trade fair and further training event for the theatre and event technology sector of the Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft (DTHG), we will be giving on 28. & 29. October digital a first insight into our projects. Continue reading “digital.DTHG at Bühnentechnischer Tagung”
The theatre has always been a place for creating fantastic stories, a retreat and a place of longing at the same time. As “world builders”, theatre makers enable their audience to visit diverse places and travel through time to the future and the past. Continue reading “Learning from theatre. Virtual Reality as a space- and time-based medium “
The view beyond the horizon offers different impressions of VR applications outside the theatre context. As an art installation or museum artifact, VR is ideally suited to open up new aesthetic, narrative and didactic spaces.
Continue reading “Quickly recommended: art and exhibitions in VR”
Digitalization is gaining ground in almost all areas and is developing a thoroughly useful tool for planning, organization and meetings with virtual reality. The listed programs are a first starting point for working with VR and allow a simple entry into the virtual world. The listed programs have been tested by us and will be continuously updated. There is therefore no claim to completeness.
In the course of our daily work we encounter many interesting works by colleagues worldwide in which VR and AR open up new stage spaces or play a role as a medium in a performance. This list of links serves as a source of inspiration, orientation and further research and is continuously updated by us, so it does not claim to be complete. Please contact digital.DTHG if you have any relevant information.
Continue reading “Quickly recommended: VR and AR as stage space”
In an interview with Hubert Eckart, our project managers Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege give insights into the current challenges in the Corona home office and report on the opportunities and risks of this special time. Continue reading “Interview from the Corona home office”
On November 25, 2019, from 10 am to 5 pm, the workshop “Virtual and Augmented Reality – How can digital technologies open up new accesses to cultural heritage?” organized by digiS took place at the Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB). Continue reading “digiS Workshop: Virtual and Augmented Reality”
Lectures by Franziska Ritter, Pablo Dornhege (digital.DTHG) and Maren Demant (Invisible Room), summarized by Kai Schnier, kultur-b-digital.de