Back to All Events

Seeing is Believing: An Immersive Media Festival

Augmentality Labs and Department of Creativity present Seeing is Believing: An Immersive Media Festival.

Join us on Third Friday to experience how VR and AR are changing entertainment and education as we know it. $10 cover gets access to all exhibits.  RSVP and invite friends here.

Featured Content:

"I am a Man," an interactive VR project from director Derek Ham set to the historic events of the African- American Civil Rights Movement. Users will witness the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Worker’s Strike and the events leading to the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Image courtesy of Dr. Derek Ham

Image courtesy of Dr. Derek Ham

SPT for event.gif

View your friends and family inside the game. Experience a demo inside a popular VR game, Space Pirate Trainer, while others view you on screen blasting those droids.

Before the War, an interactive art/story experience described by Indy Week as "like walking inside the classic adventure game Myst, but as directed by Tim Burton."

Local artist John Campbell performs live in Tilt Brush. Step into the headset to walk around inside his amazing creations.

The Raleigh Spaces Project, which highlights the people, places and creativity that infuses Raleigh North Carolina and surrounding areas. From a painter's studio to chef's kitchen, a parking lot mural to a recording studio, using 360VR video, Raleigh Spaces will immerse you in the stories of those who create and inspire the world around us. 

Content from Seascapes 360, featuring underwater exploration and diving films.

An application from Lucid Dream developed with NC State to explore photosynthesis as a VR game.

Earlier Event: March 14
Date Night Special
Later Event: March 22
Unlimited Play Pass Special