Game Design and Interactive Cinema presented by Mr. Juraj Bohus, MFA
Rapid advancement in computing transforms traditional visual media storytelling and exercises our perceptual consciousness. The purpose of my research is to examine creative potential and ethical boundaries of emerging augmented and virtual reality, through development and analyses of an interactive storytelling game design. It is anticipated that the results from this exploration will enable visual media storytellers to enhance their creative and intellectual potential in the near future.
Juraj Bohus is joining us as a visiting associate professor in the Media Communications Department. Juraj is Associate Professor in the St. Louis Campus in the Department of Electronic and Photographic Media, Film Production Program, and has worked in the department since 2003. He is a filmmaker, and previously owned and directed an advertising agency in Bratislava, and worked as a cinematographer. He has a Masters of Fine Arts in Cinema from the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, and a Master of Arts in Cinema and Television from the Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts in Bratislava, Slovakia.