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The Internet Of Things – A Living, Breathing Storyworld

For any of you still unaware of what The Internet of Things (IoT) is… A simple definition would be interconnecting ALL your everyday objects; from your fridge to your washing machine to your entertainment devices to your car. Everything is connected and more importantly, they can interact with each other seamlessly. Did My Toaster Just...
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Conducttr Conference

Transmedia Rebels – Phoney Beatlemania Has Bitten The Dust (part 2)

Following on from part 1 of this post… here’s some more very REAL Transmedia Case Studies. Game of Thrones – 19 Reinos – Belen Santa-Olalla “Create a playground and give it to the audience” Belen Santa-Olalla and the team behind the immersive Game of Thrones experience must have been two-swords-short of a throne to create this...
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The Conducttr Conference

Transmedia Rebels – This is London Calling (part 1)

Last Friday I attended Transmedia Storyteller’s Conducttr Conference. There aren’t many things that get me up at 3.50am, on a train by 5am and in London by 8am. But this did. So I want to share my experience of the day, and write up some of the projects being presented (with a few take away...
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Project Killing Storyworld Development Mistakes

5 Project Killing Storyworld Development Mistakes (Guest Post)

Ahead of the Conducttr Conference tomorrow I wanted to point you in the direction of a recent guest post I did for Transmedia Storyteller. It’s called the 5 Project Killing Storyworld Development Mistakes and I’m rather pleased with it! Read it on the link above or you can download it as a PDF from here.
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Storyworld Hangout

Transmedia Hangout: How To Get Yourself In A Storyworld Frame of Mind

As part of being at the Conducttr Conference 2014, we hosted a Google Hangout featuring some very fascinating practitioners and experts from the world of Transmedia. Recorded at 3pm GMT Thursday 9th October… This is a 1 hour Google Hangout featuring Jill Golick and Robert Pratten – hosted by Krishna Stott. It is a discussion about...
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