Last year we met in a cool sci-fi hanger full of giant VR headsets. How could we top that? By geeking out in the apartment of the greatest sitcom of all time! What lessons from Seinfeld apply to VR and AR? On one hand, it's "a show about nothing." On the other, it "offers no growth or reconciliation to its characters. It eschews sentimentality." On the third hand, "it was the first modern sitcom. Paving the way for all the shows we have today Friends, Big Bang Theory, etc." And on the fourth, it coined some of the most popular catchphrases of the 90s: "Yada, yada, yada", "No soup for you!" & "Not that there's anything wrong with that." So, what was the secret in that sauce? Can we import it into VR/AR content, games, and experiences... or not? Might deep profound philosophical ideas embedded in Seinfeld and embodied by Jerry Seinfeld, George Costanza, Elaine Benes, and Cosmo Kramer be the key? Join us on the set to talk VR/AR shop and ponder the imponderable.
Seinfeld and Philosophy: A Book About Everything and Nothing (review & critique) http://www.film-philosophy.com/2006v10n3/vassar.pdf
David Chalmers: The Philosophy of Virtual Reality https://youtu.be/1ur7eIKiwuA
The Philosophy of VR https://youtu.be/lDAjGhaKSsw
Can you guess the names of iconic TV shows from these minimalist versions of set designs? http://diazhub.com/main-news/can-you-guess-the-names-of-iconic-tv-shows-from-these-minimalist-versions-of-set-designs/
This informal meetup takes place during the VR/AR Global Summit but is not affiliated with it or any of its affiliated partners or subsidiaries, and the hosts’ and participants’ views are their own and do not reflect the opinion of any other organizations.