The world of online video has changed dramatically in the last ten years. An infographic from Switcher Studio examines the current landscape of social online video and how engaged audiences are when it comes to video.
The immediacy of the 360-degree view gives the film a poignancy that a news report simply can’t.
"Helping create awareness of crises a world away is one of the most important things VR can do—and, as Waves co-creator and Vrse founder Chris Milk puts it, “empathy isn’t just a ‘factor’ in VR, it’s the goal.”
The Age of Turing is a story about outcasts that are perceived as such because they care about technology and the inner workings of things. It is a story about learning empathy, the value of critical thinking and how taking a stand for what is right is always worth fighting for.
"Everyone tells stories: journalists, politicians, scientists and entrepreneurs. Conveying information in a coherent and compelling way is vital to success in the real world, and it’s our job as educators to prepare our students to share their ideas in effective ways.The emphasis is on empowering ..."
Elaine Raybourn is a Social Scientist from Sandia National Laboratories Center for Computing Research on assignment to Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative (ADL).
Here she discusses how and why intelligent transmedia storytelling ecosystems can be game-changer for training and education. She analyses a use case in order to explore, along with the audience, potential challenges and research opportunities.
This a presentation that explores the to use of transmedia storytelling toward the delivery of connected, enduring learning and participatory experiences.
Nick Fortugno, CCO & Co-Founder at Playmatics, and Lance Weiler, Director at Columbia University Digital Storytelling Lab, kicked off this year’s edition of The Conference with two presentation Story-Driven Innovation and Story Play. Looking at R&D and rapid prototyping, the pair explored the wilds of collaboration, authorship and ownership of stories plus engaged the audience in their... View Article
It’s hard to beat Sunnyside of the Doc for relaxed access to potential buyers and partners. This year, Madelyn Most put her Sunnyside access to great use by creating a series of video vignettes of industry leaders and new market participants. The BBC’s Nick Fraser was her first interview. His Storyville strand on BBC4 is a …
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