By Albertine Piels | Let's experiment and think outside the box! Inspiration and tips for multimedia & interactive storytelling
The New York Times announced on Tuesday a virtual reality project in collaboration with Google, which will include the distribution of more than a million cardboard VR viewers to subscribers.
The New York Times Magazine will release a new virtual reality film, called “The Displaced,” about children …Google
A new series of VR films is changing the way the organization raises awareness and funds.
Though there’s still much to be learned about the power and potential of virtual reality—from the release date of upcoming VR headsets to how this nascent technology will shape entertainment, education, and …
In the future, you won’t just consume stories by watching a movie or tuning into a podcast via earbuds. You’ll be standing in the middle of …Storytelling
An innovative news aggregator and an online database of journalism tools were among the projects developed during the competitionBBC
The future of video is vertical: It’s time for news organizations to give mobile audiences a better video viewing experience.
Digital-first news …Stanford University
Few of the nearly 100 routes up El Capitan have been free-climbed, meaning that ropes are used only to catch a climber’s fall — not to aid the ascent. Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson are trying to free-climb the 3,000-foot Dawn Wall, a vertical sheet of mostly smooth granite that many believe is …
Is the Nasdaq in Another Bubble?
A virtual reality roller coaster tour of 21 years of the Nasdaq
Published April 23, 2015 at 6:45 p.m. ET | Source: …Stock Markets
The New Yorker and WNYC are joining forces to launch a national radio show and podcast. The one-hour, weekly show will be built around New Yorker …
Sonny Rollins’s favorite corner of the Williamsburg Bridge. The best can-collecting route in Bushwick. Scroll down for New Yorkers’ most memorable walks in the city, and contribute your own.
An interactive series debuting at the Tribeca Film Festival's Storyscapes provides a personal demonstration of the realities of data and privacy.
How much does the Internet know about you? From your tastes and preferences, to your politics, consumer habits and media consumption, data aggregation …Privacy
Re-open a 1970s murder case through a “serialized, true-crime narrative” by swiping your mobile device; Pick a date when you lost a loved one to …Hackathons
The Syrian conflict has torn the country apart, leaving thousands dead and driving millions to flee their homes. Many seek refuge in neighbouring countries but others pay traffickers to take them to Europe - risking death, capture and deportation.
If you were fleeing Syria for Europe, what choices …UK News
Welkom in de volstrekt krankzinnige virtuele werkelijkheid van kunstenaar Geoffrey Lillemon.
Lillemon maakt al sinds eind jaren negentig online kunst. …
USA Today contributor Jennifer Jolly shows - and tells - what it's like to get totally immersed in a new Oculus Rift, the next generation prototype virtual reality world. Watch Jolly try to explain it as she tries not to fall off of a skyscraper. Chris Wiggins, Roddy Blelloch
SAN FRANCISCO – Reality …Facebook
Racontr, a French company that has been working on an online platform for interactive visual storytelling since 2013, has brought their product out …
Credit: Screenshot from Hackastory.com.
Turning online stories into games and personalising the experience were two of the themes explored at the …Storytelling
When Amy O’Leary announced in early January that she was leaving The New York Times to become editorial director at Upworthy, there was a collective jaw-drop in the digital journalism community.
What happened next certainly surprised me— Jacob Harris (@harrisj) January 6, 2015
O’Leary is well known …
An interview with Ingrid Kopp, the director of digital initiatives at Tribeca.(The following interview was for the publication One Year In Now Media …Storytelling
PARK CITY, Utah—When she takes off the headset, her eyes are wet.
It’s the opening of the Sundance Film Festival’s New Frontier program, and I’m in …Filmmaking
Final presentations will take place Sunday evening and are open to the public. Each team will give a brief presentation of their project, including a …
What, exactly, would Tinder for video discovery look like? How do you wrangle all the live video around a story across social networks? And is it possible to use Mystery Science Theater 3000 as a prototype for a video engagement app?
These are a few of the ideas and questions journalists and …Journalism
The craft of storytelling is experiencing a sea-change in its development. Putting a viewer in the event directly with the help of virtual reality …
30 amazing, immersive journalism projects that caught my attention in 2014
Each year I post a round-up of the best online journalism of the year. …
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Podcasts are so hot this season.
With the outpour of podcast obsessions (thanks, Serial), we've probably all thought to ourselves, "How hard can it be?" It seems like everyone with a social media following has tried his hand at the storytelling medium. But not everyone succeeds.
To get a …Podcasting
In the final part of the digital journalism trainee scheme we were given the opportunity to spend four weeks working on a ‘digital storytelling’ project.
All of us trainees are very different and our projects were incredibly varied – ranging from long-form, multimedia pieces about the trans pride …Storytelling