Is Virtual Reality In Your Filmmaking Future?

Occurred on Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Guest Speaker: Todd Brinkman

Original event synopsis

Virtual Reality may become a part of your filmmaking sooner than you think. Todd Brinkman's Virtual Reality for Main Street project aims to provide a virtual reality experience to hospital patients, people in assisted living, homeless in shelters, prison inmates, etc. He initially plans to create forty videos to demonstrate the viability of the concept to demystify use of virtual reality. Come learn how he plans to produce these videos and how you may be affected.

About the Speaker:
Todd Brinkman was working at CBS Radio as an Account Executive in Minnesota and knew there was more in store for his life. After being in radio, TV, and digital marketing for 20 years, he decided to take a leap of faith and move to San Diego in 2016 to find his calling. He found it that fall. It was the simple idea of virtually bringing a hospital patient to their own church to pray before surgery. This calling ramped up and he finished his book at the end of 2019. It’s called Virtual Reality for Main Street. Its mission is to show humanity how to "embrace technology to unleash our ability to be connected".

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