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Sheridan Interactive Media Grad Wins Emmy for Sleepy Hollow VR Experience!

September 11, 2015

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Matthew Fabb (IMM 2001) was part of the team that made I lost my Head in Sleepy Hollow.  Sleepy Hollow was the first virtual reality project to win an Emmy.  Here is the reel: https://vimeo.com/113121166

The juried award winners are announced on the Emmy site: http://www.emmys.com/news/awards-news/juried-award-winners-announced-67th-emmy-awards

User Experience And Visual Design

Sleepy Hollow Virtual Reality Experience • FOX • A FOX Broadcasting Company production in association with Secret Location
Robin Benty, Executive Producer
Secret Location
Noam Dromi, Producer
Jay Williams, Executive Producer
FOX Broadcasting Company

The Technical Director of Secret Location, Ryan Andal, is also an IMM grad from 2003 and has been pushing the boundaries of interactive storytelling for years.  Congratulations to the team!

The one year post grad Sheridan Interactive Media program teaches the skills to work with advanced interfaces such as the Oculus Rift and the design and programming skills to make these types of projects possible. http://imm.sheridanc.on.ca
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Secret Location Wins Digital Emmy – Way to go Ryan and others!

April 2, 2012

Secret Location, the Toronto Interactive Agency has just won a Digital Emmy for their work on Endgame Interactive – http://www.showcase.ca/endgame/#interactive.  Ryan Andal graduate from the 2005 Sheridan Interactive Multimedia program is the Technical Director and VP of the four year old company.

Endgame Interactive is an online episode that integrates fans’ Facebook friends into a “choose your own adventure” mystery. Users interact with the original drama series’ star brilliant chess master Arkady Balagan. In the show, Balagan becomes a prisoner in his luxury hotel, terrified to step outside when traumatized by the murder of his fiancée.To pay his hotel bill, Balagan starts solving mysteries using an unlikely band of hotel employees and chess fanatics to do his legwork. On the site, users join Arkady’s investigators and participate in putting the pieces together to crack the online mystery.

Congrats on the award!  Pictured below is the team winning a Gemini for Storming Juno – what a cool opening navigation that had!  Ryan is the one on the left in the picture below.


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