Virtual Marginalisation: The Black Immersive Experience explores the landscape of technology from the perspective of a possible future. This future is that Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality become as popular as there manufactures project.
Considering the Marginalisation that Black people face with Old Media, and now followed by the Marginalisation they have to deal with within Social Media what does this mean for the positive or negative potential of the fully immersed Virtual Space.
This talk looks at the tools used to make Digitally Immersive Experiences and the personal journey of a Black person navigating in this space.
After a lifetime of Entrepreneurship and Community Activism, Vincent Baidoo-Lowe presents his first Academic style research which was funded by the South-West Creative Technology Network.