Create your interactive story by adding multimedia, apps, graphics, text boxes. Organise and structure your storyboard in the way you want.
Well, this tool looks promising! I'm requested an invite so I can play with it. I've been disappointed lately in trying out new digital storytelling tools because they come with so little documention about how to use their tool, or have tutorials that are too simplistic (and not helpful) that I've started to shy away from wasting time trying them out.
Yet this one is intriguing because it promises built-in engagement functions. Now that's different and way cool if it works!
But I'll explore this one. If you try it out, let me know how it goes.
Thank you to fellow curator Baiba Svenca for originally scooping this tool.
Story maps use the concepts and tools of geography to tell stories about the world. They combine intelligent Web maps with text, multimedia content, and intuitive user experiences to inform, educate, entertain, and inspire people about a wide variety of topics. Most story maps are designed for non-technical audiences.
Hey -- here's another cool set of tools/templates to use for innovative storytelling!
Want to tell your story using maps? For example, do you have customers across the nation or globe? You can find ways perhaps to share this story using story maps.
This site contains a Workflows & Best Practices guide for how to use and create these maps, and a white paper on Telling Stories With Maps. And then there are free templates to download to get you started!
Hmmmmm -- so interesting. Yet another fab tool for visual storytelling to add to your biz story toolkit!
HolyVj is a performance including skateboards equipped with sensors, microphones and cameras generating sounds and images that are processed in real time via an artificial intelligence software and distributed a monumental immersive space.
I really like what Condition One is doing for the future of journalistic storytelling. By using a wholly immersive media experience, Condition One is pioneering the art of storytelling by allowing field photographers and videographers to capture a scene from a near 180-degree viewpoint which then allows a reader or viewer to engage with that video in whatever way they want.