Matthias Puschmann: "Coinciding with the premiere of the series, BBC Three launched the '#FindTheGirl' campaign, a transmedia project that invites viewers to step into the world of Thirteen, where another young girl has been taken and they can help save her by joining the investigation."
Matt Barone: "Imagine not just watching a horror movie but also being able to navigate throughout the film's creepy, ghouls-around-every-corner settings with a first-person POV of "found-footage" and the blood-splattering-over-your-eyeballs, dodging-the-killer's-knife physical sensations of 3D. That combination of sensations is what virtual reality brings to horror."
Simon Staffans: "Over the past few years I’ve helped produce a fair share of marketing. It’s not something I’m ashamed of, far from it. In a sense they’ve been opportunities to utilize storytelling and, yes, transmedia storytelling methods for the most logical of reasons" ...
Elizabeth Segran: "Game developers have always been interested in how players might react to the characters and plots they created—but what if they could tell exactly how the player was feeling and tailor the game to their mood?"
Ryan Nakashima: "Much the way early cinematographers had to discover cuts, wide shots and perspective, VR filmmakers find themselves making things up as they go along, often mashing up traditional movies and video-game techniques along the way."
Anne Zeiser: "If you're feeling dread because the plug has been pulled on your drug of choice -- the soapy period costume drama set in post-Edwardian England -- don't lament,Downton will live on. In today's world of digital and transmedia content, strong brands live on forever. And the juggernaut Downton brand will be everywhere after the broadcast series ends."
Simon Staffans: "[...] I’m quite convinced that a well crafted story, standing on the foundation of a thoroughly thought-out and fleshed-out story world, filled with engaging points, calls to action, smaller arcs within the larger arcs… that such a story can accomplish almost anything you would want it to do, especially targeted in the right way and on the right media platforms to reach a well-researched target audience."
Simon Staffans: "And all of this comes down to knowing whom your creating your story for, what their needs and beliefs and habits are, and what you would like for them to do as an outcome of you telling them your story."
Samantha Murphy Kelly: "Selfie drones, virtual reality headsets and simulated art farms are just a few of the most-buzzed-about "toys" getting a big push at the 2016 Toy Fair in New York City this week. Wireless connectivity, integration with the "Internet of Things" and voice activation are some of the most innovative features."
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