Research: Film, Television & Digital Media
Bridging Media on Cultural Sites - Colosseum as Media for Non-linear Storytelling is an experimental project in collaboration with Centro Sperimentale MEDIARS. This project aimed to create engaging non-linear storytelling media based on historical scenes (known and unknown to the most) on the Colosseum using video streaming, HTML5 technology and mobile phone combined with storytelling and cultural elements.
As one of the most popular monuments in the world, the Colosseum is able to attract and seduce millions of visitors every year. Strong of its power, it has inspired not only numerous movies and tv series well known to the international audience, but also new media products such as websites, interactive DVD and video games.
Rieti and Rome, Italy, 2011-2012.
Recoding Innovation is a research project sponsored by NSF to create original, short-form multimedia documentaries that present new perspectives on the roles of ethics in innovation. The project is produced by UCLA REMAP and Eyes of the World Media Group, and the first segments will be available in 2012.
ATC was a multidisciplinary research effort including the Departments of Electrical Engineering and Film, Television and Digital Media. The project investigated and prototyped the use of wireless sensor networks to monitor and record the conditions of feature film production, to support the cinematographer and script supervisor. Supported by the Intel Research Council.