Presented by Daniel Perry '10, audio director at Owlchemy Labs, Austin, Texas
In this presentation, Perry will give an overview of current virtual reality experiences, what this means for the sound world, and how we approach creating sounds for the VR platform. He will also discuss some specific challenges introduced by development for virtual reality and how he resolved them in the new, multi-award nominated game Job Simulator.
Daniel Perry is an Israeli sound designer and music composer who focuses on sound design and music for games, film, and TV. Perry has worked on Snuggle Truck, Jack Lumber, Dyscourse, and Job Simulator, and took an active part in the music production of TV shows Rizzoli and Isles, and Royal Pains. He wrote music for the movie Surviving Confession, and short The Look, and between 2010-2013 he was a Berklee faculty member, teaching electronic production, theory, and ensembles in the Five-Week program.