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Transmedia Thoughts From TIFF Industry Conference

Transmedia is basically a useless word, but I’m using it here because that’s what TIFF uses it. Transmedia really is just media nowadays, not to get hung up on the word though….
Anyway, last year I attended the TIFF Industry Conference and enjoyed it. Recently, TIFF posted some of their recordings of the conference, two of which are worth watching if you’re doing anything related to visual and interactive storytelling:

They have more on the YouTube channel.

Bringing the Future to Life

Trevor Haldenby just put his incredibly long look at the use of transmedia storytelling online. I’m looking forward to sitting and reading this.

This book-length exploration into the creation of the project, and my motivations to design and reflect on it as a futurist, took me just about a year to write. Hopefully itโ€™s a bit faster to read. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Submitted to OCAD University for the degree of Master of Design in Strategic Foresight and Innovation. This book reflects on a research project exploring the use of transmedia storytelling techniques to materialize speculative future scenarios. It also highlights a transmedia futures project called ZED.TO, created in 2012 in Toronto by Trevor Haldenby and The Mission Business.

Bringing the Future to Life: Pervasive Transmedia Scenarios and the World of Worlding by Trevor Haldenby

via the authors Tumblr.

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