A short animated film by Crowdsourcing.org, narrated by Crowdsourcing.org's Founder, Carl Esposti, describing the four different ways Crowdsourcing works and the five different categories of things you can do with crowdsourcing.
See how to tap the power of the crowd for creative projects (Crowd Creativity), to collect and organize knowledge (Distributed Knowledge), how to use the crowd to develop and test new ideas (Open Innovation), to access an on-demand scalable workforce (Cloud Labor) and how to use the crowd to raise capital (Crowdfunding). Also, there are tools you can use to help you with your crowdsourcing initiatives.
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"The short is based on an adaptation of the comic strip "The Last Man" Y collection, in a future world where human clones and humans struggle for power."
"Although all platforms can be viewed and understood independently, the various stages of the narrative complement each other. The game is the sequel of the movie and the comic book is itself a continuation of the game, thus opening multiple windows for project input, in different ways of viewing."
Using various media forms, such as: a photography book, a comic book, an online and mobile game, a website, a fictional news blog and an even real life city graffiti.
Seems like a promising project from Lusofona University, Portugal.
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