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Eve Sussman’s experimental cinema project whiteonwhite:algorithmicnoir uses a computer to build a movie out of 3,000 video clips, 80 voiceovers and 150 pieces of music...
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Mark Wilson: "Ever wonder why all movies seem to look the same? Yeah, there’s a reason."
The death of creativity or the path to box office gold? You decide.
This is kind of interesting. Will poll Stage 32 peeps to hear their opinions.
Literary analysis becomes a big business. :-)
Also see our digital cnema study at http://www.digitalcinema.ca
Gunther Sonnenfeld: "The multi-platform space is no doubt an exciting one, and not without its debates, but I wanted to focus this post on the subject of my talk down there [Sydney, Australia], the notion of building intelligence" ...
Josh Smith: "What starts as boring data will become a boring infographic unless a great story can be found."
This year, those in “traditional media,” and the original masters of conversation and story—radio documentarians—spoke proudly of the way that they have quickly adapted to new forms of journalism, storytelling and the remixing of content for a digital audience.
I need visualization. I’ve got this data, I now need to turn it back into a story that’s going to be useful to people [...]
Very cool data as storytelling.
Nick DeMartino: "Our data create a new form of identity, what you might call a virtual self -- a concept that will determine the future of the web"...
Scott Blake makes incredible interactive portraits out of bar codes, illustrating how black-and-white data can come to resemble a personal connection.
A talk I gave in Tel Aviv this last November (2011) on the value of data- and audience-driven digital experiences, as well as participatory storytelling. Cites various examples of initiatives I've worked on, and platforms that I've co-developed.
Scaling content no longer requires new hires — Narrative Science automatically generates stories from data. In this interview, CTO Kristian Hammond explains how it works and how the expanding types of data are creating new storytelling opportunities.