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Feb 28, 2014 at 7:30 pm

Interactive Storytelling Through the Racontr Platform

With Benjamin Hoguet and Mike Knowlton

Racontr is the first global solution for all interactive storytellers, both an extremely powerful interactive editing software and a publishing platform. A place to create, edit and share your interactive experiences such as i-docs, mobile apps, multimedia articles, interactive videos and all those formats defining the future of storytelling.

In this workshop we’ll show attendees the platform and provide a hands-on session geared towards non-programmers. Bring a laptop so you can roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty.

90 minutes

1538661_10152198540935421_1856954824_nBenjamin Hoguet is the cofounder of Racontr, a global platform for interactive storytellers, and of Storycode Paris, a series of monthly conferences and hackathons dedicated to transmedia and new forms of storytelling. Entrepreneur and writer, he experiments in the ever-expanding world of interactive and transmedia creation, helping content producers embrace the narratives of the future.

 

 

story_code_mikeA digital veteran of 20 years, Mike Knowlton has always pushed the boundaries of storytelling and technology. He is a recognized leader in the global Transmedia community and is the co-founder of the immersive storytelling community StoryCode. His work at StoryCode has created a vibrant cross-discipline community of innovative creators. He runs the immersive entertainment studio Murmur.

Details

Date
Feb 28, 2014
Time
7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Program:

Address

322 UNION AVE
BROOKLYN, NY 11211 United States
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