Right, left, high, low : narrative strategies for non–linear storytelling

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Right, left, high, low : narrative strategies for non–linear storytelling

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Title: Right, left, high, low : narrative strategies for non–linear storytelling
Author: Meyer, Sylke Rene
Abstract: Based on studies of affect, and on theoretical works concerning spatial semantics by Yuri Lotman, Mikhail Bakhtin, Michel Foucault and others, spatial story design provides a seven step algorithm of story development for inter- active audio-visual narrative. Following spatial semantics and its application in interactive storytelling, the author no longer creates the protagonist, his or her want or need, nor con- trols the story arc. Instead, spatial story design allows the author(s) to make the formative cre- ative decisions by designing a narrative space, and spatial dynamics that then translate into user generated storylines. Spatial story design serves as a framework for interdisciplinary col- laborations, and can be used to not only create interactive digital narrative but also screenplays, improvisational theatre, 360° lms, and walk-in story world experiences for a number of users in either live or holographic virtual reality spac- es. Spatial story design could inspire creators of interactive narrative, storytellers in time-based media, and possibly also technology developers for authoring tools.
Description: International Journal of Film and Media Arts
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10437/8720
Date: 2017


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