HCAT goes to Sundance 2017

The Sundance Film Festival is a wonderful gathering of media and communication professionals in Park City, UT. As such, HCAT lab spends quite a bit of time going to shows, meeting with industry folks, and checking out the latest gadgets. For example, last year we were introduced to the Nokia Ozo camera at Sundance, and now it is a key part of our lab.

This year, we snagged some amazing tickets, including tickets to two premieres opening night of the Festival. First, we attended An Inconvenient Sequel, and listened to former Vice President Al Gore talk about climate change. Second, we attended a hilarious movie at the Marc about some foul-mouthed nuns (The Little Hours).

We walked up and down main street and talked with folks doing innovative work in VR. Looking forward to the next week of the fest!

The director and cast of The Little Hours at the January 19, 2017 premiere in the Marc theater. Jeremy Weaver and I were at the show.