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See why over 5,300 people have attended AT&T workshops!




Also check out our free "Humans and Virtual Reality" workshop. Register for it here.



"Intro to 360 Filmmaking: A Step-by-Step Demonstration" uses lecture, live filming demonstrations, and hands-on labs to cover:


- Why 360?
- What equipment do you need?

- How does producing video in 360 differ from traditional video?

- What are the steps and challenges of planning and filming a 360 movie?
- How is post production different from standard video?

- How do you distribute a 360 video?

In these free 3-hour workshops, Mike Cuales, Instructor for NextGen Interactions, Creative Director at NC State University and Owner of LEVR Studios, demonstrates the creation of a 360 video by stepping through pre-production, production, post and distribution.

When you leave the workshop, you will have a working knowledge of 360 video production and the skills to go out and start producing your own experiences.




RAFFLE! Signed copy of Michael Wohl's The 360° Video Handbook: A step-by-step guide to creating video for virtual reality (VR)





Also join us at the free "Humans and Virtual Reality" workshop. REGISTER FOR "HUMANS AND VIRTUAL REALITY" HERE.


In collaboration with TechFam



Mike Quales

Mike Cuales, Creative Director, NC State University / Owner, LEVR Studios / Instructor, NextGen Interactions,

In his current role as Creative Director at North Carolina State University's Department of Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA), Mike manages a diverse team of multimedia designers. In the past few years, he has focused his efforts on the exploration, production and application of interactive 360º VR video in higher education courses and University-wide initiatives.

Outside of the University, Mike has worked with many commercial entities as well as the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Museum of Art, City of Raleigh Museum, Research Triangle Park, Duke Marine Lab and RTP STEM in the Park to explore applications for virtual reality in entertainment, marketing, STEaM outreach and community engagement. In 2015, he launched LEVR Studios LLC, a startup focused on 360 VR video design, production and consulting. Among other projects, in partnership with filmmaker Arthur Earnest he created a series of documentary-style 360 films for the NC Museum of Art. In 2016, Mike partnered with Derek Alan Rowe from WildEyesVR to develop a series of science-based VR field trips for kids of all ages. One of the films produced, BugVR, was exhibited at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences BugFest event which was attended by over 35,000 visitors. He has hosted VR-based exhibits for thousands of attendees during events like BugFest, Ansel Adams Masterworks, NC Museum of Art's Educators Expo and a range of STEM Expos for K-12 education.

Mike has taught animation and digital imaging at NC State’s College of Design and teaches VR and 360 filmmaking workshops for NextGen Interactions. He pioneered a 360 VR video production course at Duke TIP and has presented at SXSWedu (two years), UNC Cause, Liberact, HOW Design, Hopscotch Design, Art of Cool, RTP 180, a Future of VR in Education panel sponsored by the Morehead Planetarium and the 2017 Digital Libraries conference.




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