Deconstructing VR/AR: Story Design for Effective User Immersion

Presented at ONA19
September 11, 2019
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A hands-on workshop exploring the keys to crafting immersive narratives. Learn how to combine storytelling elements, including sound, color and engagement, to reinforce immersion.

This session is designed for:

  • Journalists who want to challenge the traditional documentary approach and learn the workflow and mindset of immersive narratives.
  • Educators and newsroom leaders looking to understand more about how story design for immersion works.
  • Anyone who wants to gather actionable insights about storytelling for XR

Speakers

Gabriela Brenes
Community & Membership Coordinator, Radio Ambulante / Seirenfilms
María Laura Ruggiero
Narrative Designer, SeirenFilms

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