75+ Futures LivingryThis micro-Futuring workshop focused on the futures associated with senior livingry including accommodation, universal design, sustainable design, policy and so on.
f3f3 is a film and TM based festival sharply focused on the theme of ‘futures’. It will include a comprehensive line-up of futures-oriented media productions.
TExT-TUBE TVThis production is a student-led pilot produced by 3rd year students at the University of Queensland’s School of Journalism and Communication.
3d+ future worlds
VR SimulationVR is giving people experience through visual and tactile feelings. 3D website is an idea to tell our vision difficult to express by using usual 2D style website.
OUR STORY : The TExT-TUBE concept grew from the academic work in Futures Studies and visualization / media production by Dr. David L Wright, former Associate Professor, whose passion for communicating about futures issues gave birth to a fledgling media production studio.
THE NEED : Despite our media and story saturated world and the numbers of science fiction stories and movies, few, in our opinion, embody the potential that futures-oriented storytelling holds.
THIS WEB SITE : The projects featured in this website are in various stages of development from pre-viz to preliminary concept design through to fully completed.
REACHING OUT : If you have a futures storytelling project from academic/corporate right through to a full-length speculative fiction movie, contact us to discuss how we can collaborate to make your story what it needs to be to transform the world.
MEDIA FUTURIST ASSOCIATES
DAVID LINDSAY WRIGHT
It is my pleasure to announce you to a new event ? the “micro-f3 Futures Film Festival”. We will be screening futures-oriented films across a range of styles and genres along with panel discussions. It is designed and operated as part of a Masters by Research program undertaken by Kosuke Mikawa. DATE & TIME: Sunday,[…]
Greetings for the New Year ? 2015 ? the year TExT-TUBE will launch as a media production studio dedicated to creating images of the future. Over the Christmas / New Year period I saw dozens of films about the ‘future,’ someone’s future, a future ? including Andrew Niccol’s The Host and Philip Noyce’s The Giver.[…]