iMMERSE! with Charlie Morrow

iMMERSE! with Charlie Morrow

Composer-Techie Charlie Morrow & colleagues explore the immersive world

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October 1, 2022 22 min

Neafus as the co-founder of IMERSA has hosted numerous international fulldome summits & is considered a pioneer in the field of immersive & experiential arts & technology. He strives for the synergistic convergence of the fulldome experience, VR, immersive cinema, science, education, culture & performance art. Charlie Morrow came into contact with him via the planetarium & fulldome people & became involved i...

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The immerse! project was initially sparked by astrophysicist-educator Ka Chun Yu’s essay, "A Brief History of Immersive Experiences Before Computers." Yu is the Curator of Space Science at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. He has performed educational research on the utilization of digital planetariums for the teaching of astronomy & has created numerous planetarium shows as a universe maker & conceptualist...

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August 31, 2022 25 min

Monica Bolles already wears many hats. She’s an artist, music producer, audio engineer, and composer who is very involved in three-dimensional environments and the creation of immersive experiences, especially in full-dome setting. She loves exploring the fusion of multimedia arts, science, sound, and immersive environments that submerge the audience in multi-sensory sonic, visual, and tactile sensations. 

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August 15, 2022 18 min

Capt. Rip Hayman (US Merchant Marine) is a sailing musician & musical sailor who has traveled to many faraway places at sea & in sound imagination. He eventually became a mainstay of the Ear Inn & New Wilderness crew. Produced events like Dreamsound for sleeping audience, Blindsound for blind audience and On the Way, a film & sound meditation on his near death experience.

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American archaeologist & anthropologist heads the Smithsonian’s Arctic Studies Center & is a Senior Scientist at the National Museum of Natural History. He's done extensive research on the history & archaeology of Arctic peoples & their responses to climate change. Morrow & Fitzhugh worked together on Fitzhugh’s exhibit The Vikings, which made the cover of Time & Morrow’s Solstice 24, a 24-hr celebration...

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July 15, 2022 21 min

Martyn Ware, a man of many talents: English musician, composer, producer, & podcaster, is a founding member of the synth-pop groups Human League & Heaven 17. He's also an explorer of immersion & 3-D sound. Charlie Morrow discusses their mutual interest in immersion, both the technological & the psychological aspects...

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She's a composer-performer & media artist who creates works for voice, electronic processing, samples, & video.  She has composed scores for dance, film, & chamber ensembles. She was commissioned by the Kitchen in NYC to create a 3D music work for Morrow's True3D Soundcube in 2004. Morrow interviewed her 2021.

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Inspired by the methodology of urbanist William H. Whyte and having lived in a multitude of cities around the world as the son of a diplomat, retail space doctor, consumer behavior consultant and best-selling author of Why We Buy: The Science of Shopping, founded the first iteration office of his consultancy Envirosell in 1986. He became the chairman of the New Wilderness Foundation, an ethnopoetics and performing arts group, co-fo...

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Acoustican, CNRS Research Director at Sorbonne University's Institute Jean Le Rond d'Alembert Sound Lab, a specialist in spatial hearing, room acoustics, and virtual reality.

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from the childhood inspiration of her cat's purring vibrations to working with environmental sounds and performance with insects.

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Morrow interviews Toop, the poetic musician and author of Ocean of Sound and Haunted Weather who has followed the path of shamanism and sonic experience. He is a respected improviser and thinks of all his creative activity as improvisation.

 

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Charlie Morrow interviews New Zealand-born American composer & academic musician who taught electronic music at Vassar College. She’s known for her explorations of natural acoustic sounds and environments, in works ranging from sound art & installations, to text-sound, performance art & concert music. She's recorded Fluxus-inspired pieces involving burning or drowning pianos. Her CDs include: Thousand Year Dreaming/...

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Charlie and Jaron met in the late 1970s at Rip Hayman's famous Ear Inn in New York. Jaron worked on EAR Magazine and created a cover with New York’s subway stops as musical instrument play buttons. He jammed in the Ocarina Orchestra. Jaron shares his earliest experiences with immersivity and some of his latest work. 
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Pilot broadcast of the immerse! podcast series is a special 80-minute celebration & investigation of the life & work of audio pioneer Michael Gerzon, inventor of Ambisonics & lossless audio, which revolutionized recorded sound. The podcast series launch came in conjunction with the immerse! online event: Celebration of the Vernal Equinox & Michael Gerzon on Sunday March 20, 2022.

 

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