How It Works
VR Storytelling is an immersive journey of visualising and animating story ideas in a virtual space.
During the course, your kids will have the opportunity to learn how to create their own animation with simple intuitive tools. They will experiment in Tvori, an engaging and user-friendly animation software, that enables storytellers without any prior experience with 3D to jump right into crafting interesting narratives using immersive media.
Our skilled instructors will guide them throughout the challenging and exhilarating creation process, with inspiring themes and characters for them to work with. To complement these activities, students will be able to immerse themselves in various VR animation movies and games.
We work in small groups with a maximum of 5 students. Using a hands-on approach, we help students to ideate, visualize, and communicate their creative ideas in virtual environments despite them having no prior experience in 3D.
The objective of the program is to introduce an entirely new paradigm of working, creating and communicating in a screenless world where students are able to be fully present in their own creation. We are cultivating the next generation of talents to use immersive media to create exciting and memorable experiences.
on consecutive days
MONDAY - FRIDAY
9am - 12pm
Dates to be confirmed
VISUAL SPATIAL PERCEPTION
Develop a Story Idea
Design a 3D Scene
Animate characters and objects using VR
Shoot scenes using VR
Past Holiday Camps
Strict Sanitation Protocol in Place
The well-being of our students has always been of paramount importance for us. Fantasium strives to adopt all necessary precautions to ensure a clean and safe working environment. We use UV technology and antibacterial wipes to clean our headsets and controllers after each use.
About UVC light
UVC light has been repeatedly proven to be effective against all types of bacteria, viruses and fungi. Radiation in the UVC range of 250-280 nm destroys microbes by attaching their DNA. UVC light is able to penetrate the cells of microorganisms and disrupt the structure of the DNA molecules. The microorganisms in turn, lose their reproductive capability, rendering them inactive and no longer harmful.