December 4, 2021 - 10:00 am – 2:30 pm
Have you ever wanted to take photos of yourself as an anime character or imagine what you would look like floating in outer space?
In this beginner-friendly workshop we will explore at how to use Spark AR to create interactive augmented reality filters. AR effects allow us to superimpose virtual 3D objects onto our face or backgrounds, like creating a tattoo overlay, or an animal filter, or whatever you can imagine. We’ll start by creating our own AR face filter, and finish with an interactive 3D Object filter. You can share your creations with friends and family, transforming the routine online experience into a storytelling adventure that engages your audience and expresses your creativity.
Participants will need:
Dallas Flett Wapash
Dallas Flett-Wapash (he/him) is an Ininew/Saulteaux video game designer, and Interactive Artist. Dallas explores forms of XR and other interactive technologies, developing a body of work. This work is an ongoing digital reconstruction of his cultural identity – including cosmology, culture, language, and lifestyle – using video game aesthetics.