The End of Storytelling

The End of Storytelling
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Total Pages : 246
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ISBN-10 : 1732955921
ISBN-13 : 9781732955929
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Book Synopsis The End of Storytelling by : Stephanie Riggs

Download or read book The End of Storytelling written by Stephanie Riggs and published by . This book was released on 2019-04-26 with total page 246 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Creators of immersive experiences in virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality have relied heavily on familiar storytelling techniques used in books, theatre, and film -- often with confusing and unengaging results. Stephanie Riggs argues in The End of Storytelling that in order to develop powerful stories in these emerging mediums, we need nothing short of a paradigm shift in how we approach and conceptualize immersive narratives. Beautifully designed and explosively written, this book will help you better understand how to approach the exciting medium and get your next immersive project off the ground by explaining: Why storytelling doesn't work The fundamental narrative building blocks that do work How to think immersively A blueprint for developing your next immersive project The End of Storytelling is informed by over two decades of work in both immersive and classical mediums, and is rich with examples, inspiration, and challenges for anyone interested in, or currently developing, effective immersive experiences. Its symphonic exploration presents fascinating context of our relationship to storytelling, and a practical model for building the future of narrative.


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