News, Non-fiction, Documentary in the 3D virtual space
Immersive journalism is distinct from news games in that news games embrace gaming protocols. The player undertakes a task or pursues a goal, voluntarily constrained by agreed upon rules, and must take action to advance position. Progress is often measured by indicators such as levels or points. In contrast, a participant in immersive journalism isn’t playing a game but is put into an experience where she is participating and affected by events but may or may not have agency to change a situation.
A web documentary, interactive documentary or multimedia documentary or hiperdocumentary is a documentary production that differs from the more traditional forms- video, audio, photographic-by applying a full complement of multimedia tools. The interactive multimedia capability of the Internet provides documentarians with a unique medium to create non-linear productions that combine photography, text, audio, video, animation and infographics.
The website is devoted to showcasing new forms of storytelling, film-making and cross-media business development that is in tune with an audience-centred digital era. It is an essential tool for content creators, a vital resource for policy-makers & funding bodies and a unique guide for anyone interested in the future of film and the media.
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Adventures in storytelling, technology and social change.
"We continue to be excited and inspired by the growing field of interactive storytelling. We started working with the Ford Foundation on the TFI New Media Fund in 2011. Since then we have been funding projects as well as growing the community around this work through Tribeca Hacks and TFI Interactive Day. This second iteration of the Sandbox is all about sharing the projects, people we have met and all the things we have learned along the way. Dive in."
This is a space for people that want to know more about interactive documentaries (that we have called “i-docs”). You will find academic and blog references, an archive of existing i-docs and a forum open to discussions about all the possible forms of i-docs you can think of. A team of experts have decided to join forces to open the discussion on what is interesting and/or new in this emergent field, and on the ethical, aesthetic, political and financial consequences of the i-doc genre. We welcome your participation! Feel free to mail your papers and ideas to the co-editors of our discussion section, or simply comment on their posts.
Bien sûr, les webdocs ne sont pas des jeux vidéo, et il ne s’agit pas de les faire passer pour tels. Mais les travaux de Csíkszentmihályi ne concernent pas particulièrement les jeux : selon lui, toute tâche peut prendre un sujet dans le « flow ». On peut considérer que dans un webdocumentaire, la « tâche » est la consultation, et l’« objectif » est de regarder tous les éléments documentaires mis à disposition de façon non-linéaire.
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