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Mobile Augmented Reality Video Workshop


Thu 13 Nov 2014, 10:00am

Where: AUT Auckland - Sir Paul Reeves Building, 2 Governor Fitzroy Place, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Student - 4 day workshop: $62.50 ($60.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • AUT & Massey Staff - 4 day workshop: $122.50 ($120.00 + $2.50 fees)
  • Professional - 4 day workshop: $242.50 ($240.00 + $2.50 fees)
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Listed by: AUT_Colab

Colab AUT and MINA (Mobile Innovation Network Aotearoa) are proud to present this four day workshop which provides a unique opportunity to develop skills in the field of Mobile Augmented Reality Video Production.

Within the last few years, the proliferation of smartphones and other mobile devices has radically changed the way people interact and communicate. This workshop has a limited capacity and will be invaluable for those wanting to gain hands-on experience using the latest mobile media production technologies and techniques. Register here.

This workshop is aimed at an Education & Industry audience and will give participants the practical skills to create innovative mash-ups of three of the unique affordances of today’s smartphones, tablets and phablets:

1. Augmented Reality (locating). Using AR browsers such as Wikitude and Aurasma and geotagging via smartphones in-built GPS, mobile movies can be located within a geographical context, linked to collaborative Google Maps and viewed in Google Earth. Additionally, Bluetooth and iBeacons provide interactive contexts indoors.

2. Mobile Media Production (creating). Using mobile video applications such as Vyclone, Vine, Vimeo and Youtube Editor, to enhance the creation of mobile movies and add a unique perspective.

3. Mobile Social Media (sharing). Mobile social media provides a way to publish and share your creative output with a global audience, using tools such as Twitter, Google Plus (G+), and Wikitude, to name a few.

The workshop will explore scenarios for innovative and collaborative team projects using these tools. It will leverage the expertise of two academic advisors (Cochrane & Narayan) with specialty in Mobile Social Media, and pair this with the expertise of three international mobile video production specialists: Antonczak (NZ & France), Cardona (CO) and Keegan (UK).

Four key workshop objectives:

1 - Participants will experience creating an augmented mobile movie in a collaborative team
2 - Participants will brainstorm how they can design augmented mobile movie projects within their discipline context
3 - Participants will discuss and critique examples of collaborative mobile movie production and mobile augmented reality
4 - Participants will be introduced to the body of work surrounding mobile learning, mobile movie production, and mobile augmented reality

Participants need to bring:

An iOS or Android smartphone or tablet device (iPad 2+, iPad mini, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Note 2). A laptop and an iTunes Store or Google Play Store account ID

The Mobile Augmented Reality Movie Workshop 2014 will focus upon participants creating an authentic augmented mobile movie project using a mashup of mobile media tools. These projects will then be presented and critiqued to/by the entire workshop participants, and shared for feedback from global experts.

Each day is broken into four one hour sessions. Catering is not included.

Thursday 13 Nov. 10am – 3pm

Session 1 – WordPress, Twitter, Flipboard, Tagboard, G+, G Community, Todaysmeet
Session 2 – G Maps, G Earth, #moco360
Session 3 – Youtube, Vimeo, Bambuser, Vyclone, Vine
Session 4 – Hangout with Paul Cowan (NZ), iBeacons, Q&A

Friday 14 Nov. 10am – 3pm

Session 1 – Hangout with Helen Keegan (UK), Mobile Movie examples, Q&A
Session 2 – QR Codes, Chirp
Session 3 – Wikitude, Aurasma
Session 4 – iBeacons, Group project planning

Saturday 15 & Sunday 16 Nov – Work on your own project

Monday 17 Nov. 10am – 3pm

Session 1 – Hangout with Felipe Cardona (CO), Collaborative video production exercise, Q&A
Session 2 – Audio Tools & Editors, Garageband
Session 3 - Youtube Editor, iMovie Tips
Session 4 - Bambuser, Live Streaming

Tuesday 18 Nov. 10am – 3pm

Session 1 – Matt Guinibert & Ben Kenobi (NZ), Google Glass & Occulus Rift Demo, Q&A
Session 2 – Final Project work
Session 3 – Participants Project Presentations streamed live & archived via Bambuser & Vyclone
Session 4 – Projects Feedback, networking

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