Daniel Fine is a designer, scholar, and technologist working in immersive, digital/physical environments for interactive users, audiences and live performance. He is a visiting Assistant Professor of Communication Arts at Benedictine University at Mesa. Daniel’s international work ranges from small-scale installations to large-scale architectural video mapping, including stereoscopic 3D projections. He is the founder of WONDER DOME, a touring performance dome where narrative is explored across the arts and sciences by mixing live performance with cinema, gaming, Human-Computer-Interaction, and cutting edge digital technology. Daniel holds a MFA in Interdisciplinary Digital Media for Performance from Arizona State University, where he was a fellow at The Center for Science and the Imagination. Learn more at www.danielfine.net.
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In the third installment of his media design series, Daniel Fine distinguishes effective ways to utilize media in the rehearsal room.
In the second installment of his media design series, Daniel Fine discusses the important connection between media design and dramaturgy in effective storytelling onstage.
In the first installment of his series on media design, Daniel Fine defines media design and traces the history of design and technology in theatre.