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The Storyteller’s Guide to the Virtual Reality Audience — Stanford d.school

The Storyteller's Guide to the Virtual Reality Audience - Stanford d.school - Medium
As VR storytellers, we are charged with molding experience itself into story, and none of our storytelling tools have prepared us fully for…
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The New Audience

The New Audience takes a deeper look at the biggest shift impacting movie audiences today – the competition for their attention. Subscribe and see Academy Or...
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The Audience. A recap of the Roundtable - Reinvent Hollywood

The Audience. A recap of the Roundtable - Reinvent Hollywood | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it
You people, the audience writ large, could hold the key to the future of the motion picture industry. The whole Reinvent Hollywood six-part series is geared ...
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Attitudes, Behaviours and Storytelling. Social science and twenty-first century ideas.

 

Another interesting video from "Power to the Pixel" 2012 about the presentation of Wayne Fletcher*.

 

Among the topics covered:

- storytelling from the audience's perspective

- how should we think about innovation

- people and innovations, people and storytelling

 

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"If we want to be successful, innovators or communicators in the twenty-first century we need to think very carefully, very closely to the motivations that people have to consume."

 

"If you understand the internal and external structure that govern certain action you're more likely to be able to influence those actions in the future.

 

I think the same applies in communication and in storytelling: if you understand the motivation the people have to consume certain types of entertainment and media then you're more likely to be able to produce content and media that people want to consume and share."

 

*for a short bio: http://bit.ly/Um05Ke

 

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La place du public dans les oeuvres interactives

La place du public dans les oeuvres interactives | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it
Cet article est extrait de mon livre La Narration Réinventée, le guide de la création interactive et transmedia.

 

Ben Houguet — Interactivité & Transmedia — Medium

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The Age of Sensual Media Keynote

The Age of Sensual Media Keynote | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

"When FoST Founder, Charlie Melcher, was escorted onto a 1950's Hollywood movie set by a leopard-clad enchantress, the joys of being alive were in full force. Though the fictional plot was constructed by Punchdrunk as part of their most recent production, The Drowned Man, the visceral effect was beyond bona fide for Melcher. This transformative journey from passive audience member to lead protagonist was a reminder that our bodies are the most remarkable mediums for experiencing the world and the stories around us"

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Interrogating audiences: What do we mean by engagement and evaluation? - i-Docs

Interrogating audiences: What do we mean by engagement and evaluation? - i-Docs | Documentary Evolution | Scoop.it

"(...) this is a must see/read/hear presentation for those on both the industry and academic sides of the interactive documentary field." Jess Linington - i-Docs

 

"Engagement is becoming a ubiquitous term – but its rarely defined or interrogated and there’s little consensus about what it means. So what does this mean for idocs? Firstly it highlights the importance of being able to demonstrate not only that there is an audience, but that the audience is engaged. In doing this it matters a lot that we can articulate and defend a measure of idoc engagement that takes into account what is unique about the idoc audience." Kate Nash


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A very interesting presentation that highlights key issues still little explored in a systematic way. Thanks to i-Docs.

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