Bruno Caldas Vianna

Bruno Caldas Vianna, Rio de Janeiro 1971

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Bruno Vianna was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1971. He graduated in film in Rio in 1996. He has a master’s degree from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (1999).

Between 1994 and 2003 he directed four short films, all fictional stories dealing with social issues in the streets and favelas of Rio, which won international awards such as Geraldo Voador. He directed the feature film Cafuné, which was released in theaters and in the Internet. In 2008, he released, Ressaca (Hangover), a feature narrative film that is edited live in every screening through the use of a touch screen interface. It has been screened in festivals throughout the world. It won 4 awards at the Cineesquemanovo Festival in Brazil.

He worked with mobile computing in the Universidad Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona) in 2000, receiving a grant to develop Palm Poetry, an interactive literature investigation for PDAs enhanced with motion detectors. He also worked there as a mobile content development consultant for Cluster Consulting. He presented Invisibles, an narrative augmented reality project for mobile phones, at the festival in Brazil. His work Translucid Web let him be selected for the Pixilerations Festival in Providence. In 2010 he co-developed Devorondina, a portable device that recycles the electromagnetic and acoustic spectrum into images. He also received the Vida 13.0.


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