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Once upon a time: Interactive story telling

It’s that time of the week where we’re pulling some of the most interesting bits from the Facebook group and popping them up here; this week is focused on story telling. First up some story telling tips from Caspar Sonnen. He mentions interfaces from some of the projects presented at last years i-Docs;  GazaSderot and Prison Valley as well as Kat Cizek’s project, …

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i-Docs 2012: The International Symposium on Interactive Documentary!

The programme is now up in its entirety! The symposium is spread over 2 days featuring talks from Jigar Mehta, Brett Gaylor, Kat Cizek, Submarine Channel and many many more! Look through the programme to see who else speaking and find out more about each one by clicking the links! And there is still more to come – workshops, which …

Crowdsourcing, mapping and an i-doc; more links from the land of Facebook

Firstly a blog post from Patrick Meier (an internationally recognized thought leader on the application of new technologies for crisis early warning, humanitarian response, human rights and civil resistance) on ‘Why Bounded Crowdsourcing is Important for Crisis Mapping and Beyond’. If you’re not entirely sure what ‘Bounded Crowdsourcing’ actually is, read an earlier post from Meier here. Next is Biasmap, …

Bringing Facebook here

We’ve had a lot of interesting links/videos/articles posted to our Facebook group so here’s a few of the best so far: Bears and interactive documentaries Bear 71 from National Film Board of Canada on Vimeo. Bear 71 Live observes and records the intersection of humans, nature and technology in a live, Internet connected event. Questioning how we see the world …