This course is for the curious, experimental and pioneering. It is for creatives who are ready to push the boundaries, and embrace new and emerging technologies in an immersive sector that has many possibilities. Due to the increasing developments of AI, VFX and overlap between digital and creative industries, the UK is the largest European market for immersive technologies including virtual and augmented reality,* where over 400,000 jobs will be enhanced by immersive technologies by 2030**.
Plymouth is home to an eclectic and diverse cultural and creative industries sector, so where better to study the art form to learn how to create meaningful content within this virtual reality course, identifying ways to combine art and digital.
Using cutting-edge facilities, you will create content and produce project work that is at the forefront of this rapidly expanding industry.
*Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, 2022
**UK’s Immersive Economy report, 2020