Very interesting experiment with the future of publishing. Is it too clever? I think it will be interesting to see how this works, or fails to.
Basically: Author pays Motion to work with her on the process of finishing the book (editing, etc.), and then Motion prints it as well. Like Lulu, but with editors who are paid by the author.
The biggest hurdle I foresee is the customer-client-boss confusion when it comes to the author. Who has authority and over what? What is the identity of Motion if it crowdsources its vision? We shall see.
Mobile phones are the primary means for image capture these days, and any camera app that wants to remain relevant has a bevy of sharing options that pop up every time any picture is taken. The technology of mobile microphones is so far behind mobile cameras that it is no wonder captured audio isn't shared more; even the best smartphone microphones are TERRIBLE.
Android Headlines - Android News Layar app for Google Glass takes the wearable to the next level [VIDEO] Phandroid.com When Google first introduced Android Wear early last week — their all new version of Android custom built for wearable devices —...
19Reinos es el juego transmedia que propone CANAL+ a los seguidores de Juego de Tronos con motivo de la 4ï¿½ temporada de la serie.
The outset of a Spanish transmedia, audience participatory storyline involving the Game of Thrones universe and the capture of an outlaw. The clues are scattered in the real world and throughout social media networks.
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Roman Mars is one of the most gifted storytellers out there right now. He and his crew at 99percentinvisible have the amazing ability to lattice narrative around the finished products that surround us in what they so wonderfully call The Built World.
I spoke with Jeanetter Renaudineau, Instructional Designer at the University of Alaska Anchorage, about the upcoming event she and other designers at UAA, along with designers here at UAF, are putting on in April: Serious Fun, a gathering for educators and students who like, are curious about, or have plans to integrate gamification in the classroom. The event, like this 2-part episode, is divided in two: Anchorage will be having their half of Serious Fun on April 11th, and we at UAF will be having our half on April 14th. They are not the same event, and as such I will be speaking to Owen Guthrie, fellow Instructional Designer here at UAF eLearning, to talk about what we are going to do on the 14th. I think you should try to make both, if you can
Friggin' cool. Reminds me of the Google-Pixar chimera that came out just the other day on all the Moto X's...showed that one to my colleage, Jenn, and she was quick to say that it isn't AR, which she's right it isn't. I suppose I hadn't thought about that distinction, really. "Spatial Storytelling" is now another Google Alert in my collection.