The Innovator in Residence program offers a fun and hands-on way to learn about the technology offered at the library's Digital Innovation Hubs.
Elli Raynai - September 12 to December 10, 2016
This Fall, Elli Raynai will lead a series of workshops, lectures, one-on-one appointments, and other programs about virtual reality at the Scarborough Civic Centre branch.
About Elli Raynai
Elli Raynai is a writer, producer, director, and VR filmmaker. He formed the production company Cinehackers in early 2015 to focus on making cinematic VR experiences. He has made two feature films and eight short films but his passion for art and technology led him to explore the possibilities of telling stories and creating experiences in virtual reality. His latest experience 'I Am You' was the official selection of the 2016 Kaleidoscope VR World Tour and can now be found on the Gear VR store.
Programs and Classes
Registration is required for workshops and one-on-one appointments.
Participants developing their own virtual reality content can book one-hour appointments to receive feedback, guidance and technical help. Registration is required. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "IIR Appointment" and state your preferred date and time, phone number and a 50-word description of what you would like to discuss.
Watch Free Lynda.com Tutorials on Virtual Reality Content Development
With a Toronto Public Library card , link to access over 3,500 Lynda.com video tutorials for free.
Expert-led courses include virtual reality content creation, mobile app development, web design, software development, photography, project management, 3D+ animation, graphic design, audio and video editing, and more.
Visit tpl.ca/lynda to learn more.
The Innovator in Residence program is made possible by a Community Grant from Google Canada.