When I devote time to media – whether it's a game, TV show, book, or slice of delicious chocolate cake drowned in molten frosting lava – I tend to lose myself in it. I think about it constantly. My speech becomes laden with referential jargon, and probably by pure coincidence, my friends start punching me in the throat more frequently. That's the power of a great world, though. You have to drag me away from it kicking and screaming, and even when you do, I bring a few chunks of officially licensed astro turf along for the ride.
A handful of Spain's best visual journalists explain the keys to tell expert multimedia stories. Stories should speak to people. They should touch their senses and elicit reactions. Capture with emotion with details — details can be close shots or subtle actions. Let the emotions of the situation guide your story, because that’s what your viewer will latch on to.
Créateur d'un genre de jeu à la croisée des chemins de l’Internet, du cinéma et du jeu vidéo, baptisé Transmédia, le studio de développement Lexis Numérique s'associe avec Orange pour créer "Alt-Minds", un thriller paranormal qui plongera les joueurs...
The meetup group Transmedia LA was represented on a panel by Tara Tiger Brown, who plugged a new alternate reality game (ARG) that is being built around the neighborhood of Miracle Mile. The Miracle Mile Paradox is a labor of love by local transmedia professionals in an attempt to build something significant that isn’t tied to some other intellectual property. Choosing Kickstarter as their means of fundraising, this project will be one to watch as far as experimental narrative, and location based storytelling is concerned.