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Seeking the best in digital consumption, transmedia exploration and immersive entertainment.
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Sophie Berque nous parle des nouvelles formes de narration et des projets transmédia chez iRTBF | The rabbit hole

Sophie Berque nous parle des nouvelles formes de narration et des projets transmédia chez iRTBF | The rabbit hole | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it
Nous avions déjà rencontré Aurélie BERCKMANS (Coordinatrice Générale The Voice Belgique) et Valérie JANSSENS (Responsable Web/Réseaux Sociaux The Voice Belgique) lors du festival des webTV à La Rochelle à l’occasion de la présentation du dispositif...

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Digital Story Telling Extending Creative Practice

Digital Story Telling Extending Creative Practice | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it
Extending Creative Practice (ECP) involved five partners from four countries exploring the use of digital storytelling as a means to increase the use of digital technology by older people and provide an opportunity for old ...
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A New Film Distributor That Wants To Do It RIght

A New Film Distributor That Wants To Do It RIght | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it
Izkara is redefining the movie experience for both film goers and content creators.

Help us bring Izkara to the world.

 


We believe great films should be easy to find and watch. We're tired of reading about great films or watching awesome trailers and not being able to see them. We believe filmmakers should be paid fairly for their work. We believe consumers should own what they purchase. And finally, we believe that media should be available worldwide, ready to be watched on any device, at anytime, anywhere.

 

Imagine having immediate access to some of the most amazing films we can find that don't have massive distribution deals. Now imagine being able to watch those films when you want to, where you want to, on your terms. This is the heart and soul of the Izkara platform. Your purchased content is yours to keep....

 


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Taking Storytelling Digital - Publishers Weekly

Taking Storytelling Digital - Publishers Weekly | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it
Taking Storytelling DigitalPublishers WeeklyHoping to do something more interesting, and attractive, than merely digitizing a print book for e-reading, Horowitz, with two partners, launched Ying Horowitz & Quinn, a kind of transmedia shop that, at...

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"first movers do not usually dominate the markets they pioneer" The Potential and Peril of Radical Innovation

"first movers do not usually dominate the markets they pioneer" The Potential and Peril of Radical Innovation | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it
The problem is that radical innovation is rarely a prudent course. It not only disrupts competitors, but also your value network: customers, suppliers, partners and even employees. It’s one thing to lead the charge, quite another to get anyone to follow.

So what to do? If you stand still you’ll get run over, but if you go chasing every half-baked idea that makes its way onto TechCrunch, you’ll lose focus on your core business and decrease competitiveness. Some firms, however, have learned how to harness disruptive technologies not by being first movers, but by learning how to follow intelligently.


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It is a lot more than media-shifting. Transmedia Storytelling Emerges

It is a lot more than media-shifting. Transmedia Storytelling Emerges | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it
Content - As various technology platforms (e.g., social media, apps, tablets, smartphones, and TV) evolve to become more integrated with one another, more customizable, and more participatory, so are people's expectations around ...

"So far, one of the biggest insights for us is that the emergence of new technologies means there's a largely untapped opportunity to allow people to tie stories directly into their own lives—bringing narratives 'out of the screen,' so to speak, often through meaningful connections with characters," said Neela Sakaria, EVP and managing director at Latitude.

"We've distilled our findings down into a few key principles, and our hope is that content creators begin to embrace the idea that the desire for interesting cross-platform experiences isn't as niche as some might think."

"Innovative storytelling isn't just for fantasy fiction, and there are exciting new opportunities for news creators and even retailers to use storytelling principles to engage people more deeply," said Sakaria.

About the data: Study participants were age 12-65, 60% male and 40% female, residing in the US (78%) and elsewhere, including Australia, Germany, Japan, Singapore, Turkey, and the UK. More than three-quarters owned and regularly used a smartphone, and 50% were tablet owners (44% owned both).

Read more: http://www.marketingprofs.com/charts/2012/8762/is-transmedia-storytelling-the-future-of-content-marketing#ixzz24ojT1RR6


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What to consider before launching an Augmented Reality campaign? - Amudo | Mobile Solutions For Your Business

What to consider before launching an Augmented Reality campaign? - Amudo | Mobile Solutions For Your Business | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it
Before integrating Augmented Reality in your marketing campaigns it’s very important to check if Augmented Reality is right for you.

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iOS, PBS Kids, and how Transmedia Will Change Your Kids for the Better

iOS, PBS Kids, and how Transmedia Will Change Your Kids for the Better | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it
PBS Kids‘ history of producing strong and purposeful learning content for children has continued into the mobile space.
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Visual Notes on The Infamous Robert McKee: STORY Seminar in London

Visual Notes on The Infamous Robert McKee: STORY Seminar in London | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it

Sunni Brown: "As I grow in my visual thinking work, it’s become abundantly clear that the story is 100 times more powerful than the visuals that support it" ...


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Top 10 Choose Your Own Adventure Style Interactive YouTube Videos - SocialTimes

Top 10 Choose Your Own Adventure Style Interactive YouTube Videos - SocialTimes | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it
Top 10 Choose Your Own Adventure Style Interactive YouTube Videos...

 

One of the hidden treasures of YouTube that a lot of viewers aren’t aware of is the fact that it is full of exciting Choose Your Own Adventure style videos. Thanks to YouTube Annotations, creators are able to insert links allowing viewers to click and choose the direction they want the story to take. We’ve compiled a list of ten of the most exciting YouTube interactive adventures for your interactive viewing pleasure, so sit back and get ready to choose your own adventure!...


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A full quarter of people use second screens while watching TV - Deloitte

A full quarter of people use second screens while watching TV - Deloitte | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it
Nearly a quarter of people (24%) use second screens while watching TV and almost half of all 16-24 year olds use communication tools such as messaging, email, Facebook, or Twitter to discuss what they are watching on TV.

Nearly a quarter of people (24%) use second screens while watching TV and almost half of all 16-24 year olds use communication tools such as messaging, email, Facebook, or Twitter to discuss what they are watching on TV.

The findings come from a survey by Deloitte, which interviewed 2,000 UK respondents aged 16+ about their viewing habits and use of second screens.

It found that despite the rise in second screening people only one in ten people browse the internet for information about the programme they are watching.

Furthermore, 68% of respondents that do use the internet to connect with a programme would not want the websites for products, personalities or adverts that have just been shown on television, to automatically appear on their second screen.

So instead of interacting with the programmes they are watching, people are talking about them with friends. This behaviour is more prominent among younger age groups and gradually declines with age.


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Yes! Cinematic Gaming in Cinemas! Birmingham Giant Screen to stage Britain's biggest computer game

Yes! Cinematic Gaming in Cinemas! Birmingham Giant Screen to stage Britain's biggest computer game | Digital Archeology | Scoop.it
The Giant Screen Cinema, at the city’s Millennium Point science park, will host the larger than life event this Tuesday, and believe that it could be the first of many to come to town.
Gamers of all ages will be invited to form teams and shifting alliances as they battle an alien menace from beyond the stars. At stake could be the very survival of Planet Earth itself. The game is called [Renga] and its creators describe it as “an interactive, cinematic game that mixes new technology, adventure and a wry sense of humour to turn the traditional hero’s journey on its head.
“Ambushed and left for dead in deep space, the audience must work together to rebuild their ship and return home,” they say.
“While fighting off satellite warships, harvesting asteroids and constructing defences, the audience must build consensus on a ship fraught with politics – and that’s before confrontation with the alien mothership.”

Presented by wallFour, a new live event gaming company based at Birmingham Science Park, the action will be played out on the cinema’s giant digital screen, which is 95ft tall and 72ft wide.


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Matthew Long's curator insight, March 21, 2013 6:18 AM

A newly developed interactive game designed to work on a cinema screen. This allows gamers to come together and engage in a new type of gameplay.