360 Cinematic literacy: a case study

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Passmore, P., Glancy, M., Philpot, A. and Fields, B. 2017. 360 Cinematic literacy: a case study. International Broadcasting Convention Conference 2017. Amsterdam 14 - 18 Sep 2017 International Broadcasting Convention.
TypeConference paper
Title360 Cinematic literacy: a case study
AuthorsPassmore, P., Glancy, M., Philpot, A. and Fields, B.
Abstract

360 degree film making necessitates a new language for storytelling. We investigate this issue from the point of view of the user, inferring 360 literacy from what users say about their viewing experiences. The case study is based on material from two user studies on a 360 video profile of an artist. Interviews were analysed using thematic analysis to understand how users made sense of the video. The sense of presence had a strong impact on the experience, while the ability to look around meant new skills had to be developed to try to make sense of 360 video. Viewers had most to say about a few particular shots, and some themes of note emerge: such as being in unusual places, certainty about what should be attended to and focus points, switches between first and third person views, and close-ups and interest.

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