onsdag, november 23, 2016

Transmedial storytelling 24.11.2016

Have we managed to create a storyworld?
Have we achieved transmediality?
Is there a franchise in this?
Do we invite others to participate?
What do we offer a "Behind the Veil" fan?

A Prezi discussing Marie-Laure Ryan's article.

Using the example of Skam from NRK:
Expansion - minor figures gets larger roles.
Modification - presenting different versions of the protoworld
Transposition - moving the world in Space or time. This is hard to demonstrate using Skam, but easier with LEGO.

Brickartist building art from LEGO.
Tintin game.

Hero with a thousand faces, J. Campbell, summary from wikipedia.

LEGO refuses to sell bricks to artist Ai WeiWei, then repents.
Ai Weiwei's art at Alcatraz.

Wired describes the Maori Cyber attack on BZPower
About the Maori activist attack on BZPower
 Counter strike against the Maori activists
The Guardian on the Maori victory of LEGO
Tales of the Tohunga described at Brickipedia

Challenge of the day:
We want to promote a show, but we don't want anybody to know we are doing it.
How do we use transmedia? Why do we use transmedia?

onsdag, november 02, 2016

Transmedial storytelling 3rd of November

Interconnected media, strategic cross-media

Last year's  entry with links.

Lord of the ring lego game cutscenes.

Sherlock Fanfic - NSFW.

Sherlock/Dr Who crossover fanfic.

Ten interactive stories. These are a mix of media, but not necessarily transmedial. They are still interesting for how they mix media not normally considered combined, and how they break or play with linerarity.

Social media/video integration, Periscope and Meerkat/houseparty.

Alternate reality games: Project Architeutis - from the American Navy, on Facebook.

Social media branding - engaging with users to tell the story of a box. Zappo's delivery box.

Increasing interest for Wikipedia by using Pinterest.

Orlando shooting Fusion news coverage - from different media and different points of view.

#Morethanmean - creating a story from fragments online, repositioning the messages and words and then recounting the story, to see it be retold in new fragments over different media.

New storytelling genres in journalism; Snowfall from New York Times, Gutten i plastposen from Dagbladet.

"Native transmedia journalism" - many sources pulled together into growing and developing stories.

Crossover fanfiction: Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Who.