vnLab has been nominated for the Polish Film Institute Award

We were nominated for the Award of the Polish Film Institute in the category of Innovation or Technological Solution.

The winners will be announced on September 14th. during the 47th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia.

Thank you!


For more information visit the website.


Live Experiences Laboratory

In the Live Experience Studio we carry out research projects: A system for immersive recording of “live VR” events and New forms of performing arts. Their aim is to explore new technologies as a means of communication – creating an immersive stage experience. By attempting to record musical performances, plays and performances in VR technology in order to find an appropriate way to narrate music and peri-theatrical practices, musical and stage experiences will be created that allow the audience to participate in the event in a full and attractive way.

Studio Manager:

Dariusz Kaminski,


System for immersive recording of live VR events

The aim of the project is to explore new technology as a medium – creating an immersive concert experience. As part of the project, “live VR” registrations of musical works in various casts will be created to test exactly how the setting of cameras and microphones affects the narrative of the transmission and how it affects the reception of the work. All of the material developed will be subjected to audience research at screenings specially prepared for the occasion. It is on the basis of this data and consultations with specialists that shortcomings will be verified and a “live VR” event recording system will be developed, which will allow to create a situation of presence in the concert hall in the full sense of the word – both in terms of sound and visuals.

Project Manager: Joanna Dobrzańska,

New forms of performing arts

The project focuses on narrations that arise from a combination of modern means of artistic expression (including technological tools) and forms derived from the tradition of theatrical areas of exploration with dominant actions of an acting nature. As a result of the studio’s activities, a space will be created to activate the university community in the area of performance art with the intention of creating a new space for making public not only artistic but also scientific works.
The main assumption of this project is to examine the process of creating an authorial performance/performance that intensively explores the ideas of performing arts and (in the aesthetic layer) other fields of art, whose common denominator will be a specific thematic and emotional range. The studio is also the development of the Kampus projects and the Film School’s YouTube channel.

Coordinator of the studio: Waclaw Mikłaszewski,

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Live Experience Workshop!

EDIT: ATTENTION, workshop dates changed + new deadline for submissions!!!

On December 16-18, 2019, the Live Experience Studio is planning to record 3 musical performances in VR technology (piano; piano + voice; string quartet) as part of the project System for immersive recording of “Live VR” events in the VnLab Visual Narrative Laboratory. On this occasion, it invites all interested parties to participate in the realization of this project. During the 3-day event, participants will:

  • will record three musical performances,
  • will learn what is the narration in VR technology,
  • learn how to record ambisonic sound, what editing and correction of films in 360 degrees looks like.

The realization will be held with the participation of specialists and artists who deal with films in VR technology on a daily basis. We invite directors, cinematographers, sound engineers and editors. Please send your applications with a cover letter and CV to: by December 11, 2019. The number of places is limited!