Mon

19

Oct

Looking at the use of VR, AR, Video, mobile and PC to tell stories.
Wrestler, 12 Jessie Street, Te Aro, Wellington
6pm Drinks - Start at 630pm.

Presented by Kat Lintott and team at WRESTLER

Wrestler was named NZ's most innovative company in VR and AR by Idealog in 2018

 

Looking at the use of VR, AR, Video, mobile and PC to tell stories.

We'll be talking through Tuia Mātauranga (https://www.wrestler.nz/project/tuia-matauranga) and a couple of projects that haven't been released yet!

We'll also have some experiences to try out if you're keen.

 

Venue: Wrestler, 12 Jessie Street, Te Aro, Wellington

Members free.  Non-members $15 (drinks and nibbles included)

Bookings essential via office@wiftnz.org.nz

 

About Wrestler:

Telling stories with positive cultural impact, through creative and technical innovation.
Wrestler exists for a simple reason: To create meaningful content that pushes the collective consciousness forward.

 

They have two focuses - one is an agency business model and the other is a Studio model. Both focusing on harnessing the power of story across multiple mediums to effect change with positive cultural impact.

 

Kat Lintott, Co-founder Wrestler Studios and Agency

From producing to concepting, creative directing and designing immersive experiences, Kat has been involved in all aspects of future production pipelines.
When she's not building cross-platform worlds, she's building relationships, speaking at events, learning and inspiring others about values led storytelling and how we can use technology to make communities stronger in the future.

In 2019 Kat was appointed to the Science for Technological Innovation board ($110M research fund) and is leading their youth strategy. She was voted in as the newest board member of Women in Film and TV (WIFT). She is now part of a group called Kaupapa CODE based in Dunedin aiming to build the Māori gaming ecosystem.

 

Programme is brought to you with generous support from the NZ Film Commission and Foundation North.