Thanatorama - Not the most uplifting subject but one that we’re all going to have to be exposed to sooner or later… Beautifully created in flash using simple images and narration, this french interactive documentary (with subtitles in English) gives the viewer limited choices to make their own final journey…
This article in La Vanguardia has some great examples of how folks are developing this form of interactive storytelling.
“Photography first, and now 360-degree video have served to experiment with spatial immersion in digital journalism in order to give the spectators the option to see the scene as it revolves around them, in any direction. These days there are more and more interactive reports and documentaries using this resource. Spatial immersion is spreading.”
50 years of Amnesty - nice engagement with supporters by the Canadian Amnesty folks!
And this video explains their simple & clever tool for timing your social media event:
Music video’s are getting interesting. No really - look around! And there’s things to click on too. Nice work - I love flash. Couldn’t embed in tumbr - damn it I hate flash!
The Smart power generation page is the best use of parallax I’ve seen so far, combined with animating infographics this site in content rich and fun to play with. Created by Finish industrial giant Wartsila…
Here’s the shortlist from the IxDA2012 interaction design awards - see some of the cleverest thinking and doing out there (too late to vote - the winners are tagged..)
In 2000, leaders from 189 nations signed on to the Millennium Development Goals, a set of 8 poverty-busting goals designed to significantly reduce global poverty and disease by 2015. But what are they?
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