Disney Gets Ready to Give Grants For Transmedia. Posted by Noah J Nelson on October 17, 2012. The Walt Disney Company is looking to give away a bunch of money and support to transmedia storytelling projects.
Microsoft has taken a bold step by transplanting the Metro approach to accessing and displaying information, applications and system functions onto an operating system intended for desktop and notebook PCs.
We conclude our month of Transmedia Storytelling interviews with Aina Abiodun, a co-founder StoryCode. StoryCode is a NYC-based community hub, lab, and creative consultancy for emerging and established cross-platform and immersive storytellers.
Ken Eklund, writerguy, is creative director and designer for immersive alternate reality games and experiences, especially those with participatory structures and educational and socially relevant goals.
Studio Roosegaarde is an international design laboratory for interactive projects such as ‘Dune’ and ‘Sustainable Dance Floor’. This link between ideology and technology is what artist Daan Roosegaarde calls ‘techno-poetry’.
Each year, Scholastic and Camp Quality ask Aussie kids and celebrities to contribute their favourite jokes for a book that raises funds for the fantastic work that Camp Quality does to bring smiles and fun into the lives of kids ...
Designed as a “Silicon Alley” hub, the (RT @KHenthusiasm: RT @lovejoykristin IFP set to Run New NYC Media Center in Dumbo ..to advance New media storytelling, etc http://t.co/ep6BIfO5 #transmedia...)...
By day's end, even she was joking from the podium, “We're not supposed to say the word 'transmedia,' are we?” Norrington's UK-based consultancy, StoryCentralDIGITAL, is a going concern, and it is very much focused on ...
Techvibes (blog)Transmedia Storytelling May Become BC's GoldmineTechvibes (blog)The art of storytelling really hasn't changed through the centuries: human vs. human, human vs. nature—the foundation remains the same.
We enjoyed a robust discussion on the topic of animations and interactions in storybook apps, with several experts and industry veterans chiming in. If you weren’t able to make it, enjoy the transcript and plan to stop by for next Sunday’s special Post Mortem chat, October 28 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern/6:00 p.m. Pacific.
Mark Langshaw: "Few fictional characters have captured the world's imagination like James Bond. Ian Fleming's iconic spy took literature by storm in the 1950s and 60s, and went on to feature in one of the most prolific film franchises of all time" ...
The next big thing in YA books-turned-movies might just be here—and despite all the trend forecasts predicting such things, it's not a dystopian post-apocalyptic magical fantasy romance between a human girl and the sea ...
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