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Links 1 through 10 of 202 by Kim Plowright tagged interactive

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We are interested in history, in connecting the dots between our latest endeavors and those conceptual pioneers and technological prototypes that came before them. We consider innovation both in the creative application of new technologies and in the creative impulse that lead documentarians to invent new technologies. We are interested in continuities and disruptions, in tracking down origins and inspirations. Although our theme is evolutionary, we do not assume that recent instances are better than earlier ones – they are different, and our goal is to recall those earlier instances, to learn from and to celebrate them. For these reasons, MIT’s Open Documentary Lab and IDFA’s DocLab have joined together to put the long story of documentary innovation into perspective, and to speculate about its future.

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The most-read story of the year was a dialect quiz — ...a data-driven interactive quiz based on 350,000 survey responses collected by an NYT graphics editor. It’s a game. It’s not an article. ... "A news app, a piece of software about the news made by in-house developers, generated more clicks than any article. And it did this in a tiny amount of time: The app only came out on December 21, 2013. That means that in the 11 days it was online in 2013, it generated more visits than any other piece.” A journalist … the quiz didn’t answer the why and how... lacked context and utility... Here’s what I think: Journalistic standards for importance and excellence can get in the way of providing a product people want to consume and use. Turning the research behind this quiz into a story would be valid and informational. But it’s not the only way.

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Crowdsourced storytelling platform "Create, read, and share visual stories. Storybirds are short, art-inspired stories you can make and share on any device."

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http://youtu.be/4ba1BqJ4S2M Tipex campaign. Nice use of in-world interaction prompts.

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I Love Your Work is an interactive documentary about the realities of those who make fantasies. It is a raw and intimate portrait of the everyday lives of nine young women who make lesbian porn. It consists of 2,202 10-second video clips, taken at five-minute intervals over 10 consecutive days. There is an interactive environment for exploring this material (around six hours of footage). It is limited to just 10 viewers per day, and tickets cost $10 each.

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