The New Digital Storytelling
Monthly Archives: April 2012
Ruby’s Quest is a fascinating example of digital storytelling. It combines old-school adventure gaming with interactive fiction and social media. The plot concerns one Ruby, an anthropomorphic rabbit, who awakens in a mysterious place. She needs to figure out where … Continue reading
The creators of the excellent Welcome to Pine Point digital story have shared their thoughts about the process of creating it. Fascinating stuff, from the emphasis on linearity to their love of sound. If you haven’t read/watched/listened to Pine Point, do so … Continue reading
More Twitter history: follow the WWI tweets of one William Grudgings. In 1916 I left my job as a schoolteacher at Cobden Street school, Loughborough and joined the Leicestershire Regiment. I served with the 8th Bn in France. Checking @williams_war reveals … Continue reading
Here’s a new take on multilinear digital storytelling: a glove which lets users feel their way through a narrative. Audio content is primary, along with the physical objects.
A new Twitter storytelling project is about to start. Oxford’s World War I Centenary Project is organizing a tweeting of the Battle of Arras (1917). The hashtag #arras95 marks out each updated item, both by the Project’s team (on Twitter) … Continue reading
Here’s a fine story about food, memory, and family: Josef, by Brad Johnson. A fine example, too, of the classic Center for Digital Storytelling form. Autobiographical, emotionally charged and complex, nicely written. (via the CDS Facebook site)