Making it Real: Tangible Worlds of Storytelling
In an increasingly digital world, it can be difficult for storytellers to break through the noise. Through new media technology, filmmakers, artists and technologists are transporting viewers back to a tactile approach to entertainment. From immersive theater to augmented reality, physical connection to art and storytelling can dramatically transform a viewer experience. Panelists will discuss how connecting viewers physically can spark personal memories, reverberating long after the experience.
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- What are ways to connect viewers physically in new media experiences?
- How does connecting the viewer to an experience physically strengthen their memory of the experience?
- What risks and potentially pitfalls are there to having a physical component of a new media experience?
Jenna Wigman, VP, Press Kitchen