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This is a very short (3 minutes) Virtual Reality experience based on the HTC Vive technology. The experience intends to take the audience through a journey about Persia as a short introduction, further it talks about the current state of game industry in Iran.
The experience is accompanied by a narrator whose voice is coming from a magical orb with which the audience interacts. The narrator introduces himself as the soul of an ancient mage.
The character of the narrator:
The narrator is kind of a "clumsy old magician". He desperately tries to sound wise and capable, as he performs in the beginning of the experience. But after he sneezes in the middle of his speech, it's revealed that he's not so wise! The first part of the experience is narrated with a wise tone and the second part is narrated with a more casual tone.
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2016-08-09 19:19:14 GMT 2016-08-14 23:00:00 (GMT +03:30) Tehran Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed 12 8 28 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 8 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 50 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 4 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
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You can check out the samples, we need a lot better results!
This is the whole content:
[A wise voice]
1- My greetings…I’m the soul of an ancient mage! I shall take you through a journey about Iran…
2- An ancient land with a great history…a vast empire from the Black Sea to the Indian Peninsula…
3- A great civilization with wonderful art and culture
[A change in tone after this dialogue, more casual and slight humor]
4- [Sneezing] Aw I forgot what I was supposed to say, let's hope I can recall... [Throws dice in backgommon board] Double six! Double six! Yeah! Actually I was supposed to tell you about games in Iran! did you know persians were playing games like this backgammon as early as 1000 BCE!?
5- and now we are more than 18 million gamers in Iran and it’s growing! Today we have a young generation who has grown up with video games!
6- game development in Iran has grown drastically over the past few years. There are 80 active game studios and 1000 number of games created during the past 10 years. A few of them have been successful in international markets.
7- Let me tell you about the Iranian game market. There are about 68,000 number of apps and games submitted in Iranian app markets. There are 140 number of games being submitted annually from publishers inside and outside of Iran. Now the annual revenue of Iranian game industry is 280 million dollors.
8- Uaagh so many numbers! I almost forgot to tell you…I want to invite you to join us in the first Tehran Game Conference
9- There will be a B2B section with more than X companies, an art section featuring the best of Iranian digital artists’ works, a student game section with an emphasis on creative games and surely there will be a fun section to get together with all sort of people from businessmen to game devs
10- and on the last day we will hold the closing ceremony to select the top games of the year
11- I wish to see you in Iran and show you more of my magics! hahahah! poooooof
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