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The Virtual and Augmented Reality Studio will conduct interdisciplinary artistic and research projects resulting in immersive experiences.
The workshop aims to explore the artistic and dramaturgical possibilities of registering stereoscopic images in "stop motion" techniques.
The Audience Perception and Research Laboratory will carry out research on participants and creators of culture and other entities of the creative sector (CCI).
The Perception and Audience Research Laboratory
In the Live Experience Studio we carry out research projects: A system for immersive recording of "live VR" events and New forms of performing arts. Their aim is to explore new technologies as a means of communication - creating an immersive stage experience.
Live Experiences Laboratory
The aim of the Film Essay Studio is to radically expand the research workshop, to develop new methodologies and new forms of thinking - thinking with images, sounds and montage.
Essay Film Studio
Laboratory of Interactive Narratives
The Artistic Council at the Visual Narratives Lab plays an advisory role, not only in the process of creating new works at the Lab itself, but most importantly in the process of selecting new participants for our art and research program.
The Artistic Council
Applications of new media in the activities of creative sector entities and in the decision-making processes of culture recipients
How does a viewer view a painting? How much does it depend on the type of painting and how much on the viewer himself? What influences how we view works of art?
Social determinants of contemporary art perception
The aim of the research team is to answer questions that concern filmmakers for the youngest children about the form, subject matter and impact of film on children aged 4-6 years.
Children’s Audience Research
The aim of the task is to develop standards for working with stereoscopic images in stop-motion productions and adapting them to the needs of dramatic narration in film works, and expand the possibilities of visual expression in S3D works.