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A collection of links for the meetups, groups, and conferences focused to transmedia. Please contact me if I missed one, or you notice an error! Australia Victoria et al Transmedia Victoria (Google Group) Founder: Christy Dena (note: this site is an online extension of the Transmedia Victoria conference held on 27-28 Jan, 2011 and is being used to help others connect at various transmedia meetups) Canada
We have told stories to each other since the dawn of human history. We instinctively organize our thoughts as stories. Well-crafted stories engage us, inform us, inspire us and – long after first hearing them – resonate with us. Stories have always carried messages and meaning for us long before writing, radio, film, television, or the internet helped us tell them.
This summer, select 2010/2011 C3 research memos and white papers willl be made publicly available. Now available for download from the C3/FOE website: Learning To Share: The Relational Logics of Media Franchising Derek Johnson (University of North Texas ) Consulting Researcher for the Convergence Culture Consortium Download the executive summary or the entire research memo .
The key to creating a great transmedia project is to see it as a living, breathing, evolving entity. Even though my preference is always to plan rather than wing it, trying to find all the pieces of the puzzle from the start can be exhausting, demoralizing and may later prove to be misplaced. Right now all media and entertainment experiences are built on shifting sands: better not to be locked in to one particular set of ideas if you don’t have to be. The figure below expands on the transmedia business model to incorporate the idea of “evolutionary entertainment” – that is, entertainment that evolves. It evolves with time, technology, audience preferences, financing and your story. Adopting this approach will keep you open to new opportunities.
The Witness, le premier film sur l’Outernet (out the internet) Un projet allemand. Mobile, cinéma, enquête, participation des internautes et data. Ça commence à être intéressant. via le blogue Fais-moi jouer!
If I had to looking for some attributes to describe the japanese style in web design I’d choose: essential, minimalist, with an intensive use of Adobe Flash, animations and music in background (mainly solo piano, inspired by Ryuichi Sakamoto’s compositions), traditional and modern at the same time. Here is a collection of some beautiful examples of japanese websites for your daily inspiration. Go to the website Japan Post Service