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Shiv Vishwanathan on
Future of Entertainment

For this video, the ICE team caught up with the eminent sociologist, Professor Shiv Vishwanathan, for some academic insights on the Future of Entertainment. Professor Vishwanathan lectures at several international universities such as Smith College, Stanford and Goldsmiths, and is a columnist with the Indian Express, Asian Age and Deccan Chronicle.

Chennai Chapter on
Future of Entertainment

This video is part of a series of interviews on the Future of Entertainment, created by the Institute of Customer Experience (ICE). In this series, thought leaders in the industry and academia explain and predict trends related to the future of entertainment.

Future of
Entertainment Survey

What will entertainment be like 20 to 30 years from today? We conducted an online survey as part of our ongoing Future of Entertainment research and ideation project that investigates this specific question through secondary research, expert interviews, crowd sourced ideas and field research.

Future of
Entertainment Scenarios

The future always intrigues us! And entertainment has always been an integral part of our lives. Therefore, when we released our report on the Future of Entertainment - ‘Ghosts, Resurrections & Fantasy in the Entertainment Industry’, we got very interesting and exciting responses!

Ghosts, Resurrections & Fantasy in the Entertainment Industry

20 or 30 years from today, will we use the same means and modes of entertainment as the current ones? Will our future artists and performers look the same as in the current entertainment industry?

Research: Future of Entertainment Survey

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Created: 11 Nov 2012 | Created By: The ICE Team

Synopsis

What will entertainment be like 20 to 30 years from today? We conducted an online survey as part of our ongoing Future of Entertainment research and ideation project that investigates this specific question through secondary research, expert interviews, crowd sourced ideas and field research.

The Future of Entertainment project is an ongoing exploration and the results of our exploration will be shared regularly via the ICE site and will be available for everyone to use.

Future of Entertainment

Report: Ghosts, Resurrections & Fantasy in the Entertainment Industry

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Created: 11 Nov 2012 | Created By: The ICE Team

Synopsis

20 or 30 years from today, will we use the same means and modes of entertainment as the current ones? Will our future artists and performers look the same as in the current entertainment industry? Our research led us to fascinating revelations. And if some of these revelations will come true, the future is going to be all about ghosts, resurrections and fantasies!! Read our first report on Future of Entertainment to know more about it.

Ghosts, Resurrections & Fantasy in the Entertainment Industry

Future of Entertainment -- Shiv Vishwanathan

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About the Video

For this video, the ICE team caught up with the eminent sociologist, Professor Shiv Vishwanathan, for some academic insights on the Future of Entertainment. Professor Vishwanathan lectures at several international universities such as Smith College, Stanford and Goldsmiths, and is a columnist with the Indian Express, Asian Age and Deccan Chronicle.

Future of Entertainment -- Chennai Chapter

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About the Video

This video is part of a series of interviews on the Future of Entertainment, created by the Institute of Customer Experience (ICE). In this series thought leaders in the industry and academia explain and predict trends related to the future of entertainment.

For this video, the ICE team made a visit to Chennai and caught up with film makers, actors, playwrights and critics to get an understanding of what they envisioned as 'The Future of Entertainment'

Scenarios: Future of Entertainment

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Scenario 1

Amelie Beaudroit

Toulouse, France
Artist and Human Factors Expert

Nowadays we can buy tickets for the opera when there is a famous ballet or play on in Paris, and watch it from our cinema seat in Toulouse 700km away. This is already a cool experience, to not have to go to the capital to attend the show. With holograms we could be closer to the live experience. I was thinking of a great 3D movie I saw last year, on the fantastic choreographer Pina Bausch (http://vimeo.com/17772908). For once they made great use of 3D. At certain moments you felt as if you were wandering around the dancers. How cool would it be to attend a great ballet in New York City from wherever you are, and be able to move around the dancers as you wish without disturbing them? And attend a global interview after the show, adding direct interaction with the performers to that experience?

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