FITC Amsterdam 2015

2015-02-23 00:00:00 2015-02-25 00:00:00 America/Toronto FITC Amsterdam 2015 Explore the undiscovered horizon, break walls between creator and spectator using any medium and means necessary. Amsterdam FITC Amsterdam


Artifical Rome’s talk will revolve around things that have inspired them in the past, the beauty of code, how technologies force themselves into projects, the human element and the magic of modern day tech. Alongside, they’ll will show a few successful outcomes and an in-depth case study on GT-Ride.

They’ll then share some thoughts on the Oculus/VR trend and their unique approach to staying in the real world. The presentation finale features some of Artifical Rome’s experiments and even more detail on their latest endeavor: an interactive volumetric mirror.


Inspire and open enough space for controversial thoughts to trigger discussion.

Target Audience

Designers, developers and creatives – however, generally everyone interested in the subject.

Assumed Audience Knowledge

Basic understanding of generative design, creative coding and/or art & technology, having seen good digital experiences before is of advantage.

Things audience members will learn

  1. Spending time is important.
  2. The human element.
  3. Sometimes technologies force themselves upon us.
  4. Different thoughts on the virtual reality trend.