Transmedia 101 presents Mobile Storytelling Lalita Krishna and Jason White. March 19th, 7 pm. 9 Ossington. Lower Floor. Interacces Media Arts Centre. Join us on March 19 to hear expert talks on the creation of innovative mobile storytelling projects. How can you tell and extend stories that live on mobile devices on location? Lalita Krishna will discuss her award winning transmedia documentary project Choco-locateand the success of the Choco-locate mobile app: How a documentary filmmaker created an app to extend the documentary experience. Hunting for chocolate? Look no further than the Choco-locate and ChocoFinder apps. Jason White will be discussing the Art of Memory with a particular focus on how to create meaningful locative story experiences by exploring the art of memory. He will then present City Sonic and how the project made deep connections with audiences using these mnemonic techniques.
This is Nam-ho Park's presentation, for DUXcamp hosted by NPR and for Microsoft Research, on storytelling in the mobile space. He states: "Still very rough around the edges but a central theme is beginning to emerge: Mobile allow stories to have scale."
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