Immersive artist, Sean Rodrigo explores the ways that immersive and creative technology is being blended in the entertainment, design and gaming worlds to create stronger, more robust products.
Sean’s approach to technology is to focus on tools that aid creative problem solving, achieve results that jump the hurdles of traditional mediums, bend the rules of what can and cannot be done and imagine what products and workplaces might look like in a world shaped by the exponential growth of this technology.
About Sean Rodrigo
Sean Rodrigo is a London-based virtual reality artist/speaker working with XR technology such as virtual reality as a core creative tool to design hand painted, sculpted and animated virtual experiences. His current work ranges from live painted VR artwork, and installation artwork to designing prototype products and VR storyboards in super fast timeframes – sometimes mixing technology with traditional tools such as augmented reality, 3D scanning, motion capture and location based installations. He has visited MIT Media labs accepted into the world’s biggest XR Hackathon has instructed lecturers at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Australia and School of Visual Arts NYC, has spoken at the British Film Institute (BFI), Tate Modern / Liverpool and teaches at University College London (UCL) as Associate Staff, previously UCL360 VR Artist in Residence School of Anthropology and current Immersive in residence at Ladbible Group.