Previsualisation (previs) is an essential phase in the design process of narrative art forms and media such as film, animated series, and stage plays. The goal of first.stage is to research, design, develop, evaluate, and showcase natural user interfaces that improve previsualisation by speaking the language of the artist rather than that of a technician.
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