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The New York Times Magazine teamed up with street artist JR and VR pioneer Chris Milk to produce “Walk New York”, an immersive virtual reality film about the massive, ambitious public art piece showcased on the April 26th cover. More at the blog: futureofstorytelling.org/the-new-york-times-and-vr/
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World-renowned architect Bjarke Ingels challenges himself and all of us to think beyond the status quo and dream big. Why shouldn’t you be able to ski down a power plant? He refers to his projects as “promiscuous hybrids”—they combine seemingly disparate elements and turn fiction into fact.

Join us for our next Google Hangout on Wednesday, April 22nd at 11:00 a.m. EST as Bjarke Ingels joins FoST Founder Charlie Melcher to discuss how to create a captivating world for storytelling. 

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Just imagine if Bjarke Ingels was born 100, 200, or 300 years ago and had been developing his Living Masterpieces all this time . . . Mother Earth would surely be a much better place!!!  If I was working and/or living in one of his Masterpieces, the Happiness Thermometer would explode with joy!!!  If you look up the word "genius" in the dictionary . . . Ingels should be listed there!!!  Luv those dimples!!!  Luv that accent!!!  I could just talk to and listen to him all knight long!!!  I Luv BIG!!!  I Luv Bjarke Ingels!!!  He is The Feng Shui King, but never forget The Fifth Element . . . Wind!!!  :-)   PS:  I'm getting my copy of Hot to Cold in June . . . I'm dealing with the recent death of my only cousin, the recent birth of another Great Nephew, the recent Bee Swarm that tried to take over our House on April 3, and the list goes on!!!  PSS:  I wonder if I could make a July or August Trip to DC to see the National Museum BIG Display . . . God or Gods only know how much I could use a much needed Vacation . . . besides there is so much History to see in DC!!!  ;-)           
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You've never experienced anything like the surreal, lonely worlds of ceMelusine games. Learn more about his "east van EP" video game series and other projects at the blog: futureofstorytelling.org/cemelusine/
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Are you a fan of Periscope or a supporter of Meerkat? Learn more about life-streaming at the blog: http://futureofstorytelling.org/life-streaming-apps/
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Weekly Roundup: A fan-made Star Wars anime, shop with VR at
+Westfield London, Onehundredforty turns your tweets into art, see what brains look like on storytelling and more! Blog: http://futureofstorytelling.org/weekly-roundup-32715/
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Weekly Roundup: +CityLab explores the possibilities of using VR in court, +MIT Media Lab invents a device to help the blind read and archeologist Stuart Eve develops a way to see, hear, and smell the past. Blog: http://futureofstorytelling.org/weekly-roundup-32015/
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Solve a mysterious disappearance and win invites to exclusive London events in a new Andy Warhol inspired app from +Absolut, Punchdrunk and Somethin' Else. More at the blog: futureofstorytelling.org/silverpoint/
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Go inside the "Physical Graffiti" apartment building with Interlude's new +Led Zeppelin interactive music video. Read more: http://futureofstorytelling.org/led-zeppelins-physical-gra…/
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All good stories are built using just four fundamental storytelling building blocks. Playwright, screenwriter, dramaturg, and script doctor Bryan Delaney has led workshops based on these four key points, including one at the 2014 FoST summit. By paring down stories and taking a look at their core elements, it’s possible to build a checklist of tenets around which to build stories and brands.

Join us for our next Google Hangout on Wednesday, April 8th at 12:30 p.m. EST, as Bryan joins FoST Founder Charlie Melcher to discuss the four things every story needs to elevate it to the next level.

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Want to see your art in the subway? Create an ad celebrating nonprofit +CampInteractive and you could have the chance to win huge prizes. Learn more at the blog: http://futureofstorytelling.org/creative-for-a-cause-contest/
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The proliferation of social platforms and the explosion of content has given what was once considered a passive consumer audience a voice and audience of their own. Thankfully “Internet enthusiast” Kenyatta Cheese knows how to navigate the never-ending conversation between brand and audience (and the audience’s audience) by offering up a number of best practices for steering the dialogue. 

Join us for our next Google Hangout on Wednesday, March 25th at 12:30 p.m. EST as Kenyetta Cheese joins FoST Founder Charlie Melcher to discuss how to navigate the never-ending conversation between brand and audience.

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The new mystery podcast “The Lighthouse Painting”, from indie developers Simogo​, combines an intriguing story with calming seascape sounds. Learn more at the FoST blog: http://futureofstorytelling.org/the-lighthouse-painting/
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The Future of StoryTelling is dedicated to exploring how technology is revolutionizing the way we tell stories. The FoST summit is a one-day, invitation-only event that will take place on October 3rd in NYC. FoST brings together the most distinguished leaders and practitioners from the business, creative, and tech communities with the vision and influence to bring clarity to the rapidly evolving digital landscape and marketplace. Unlike a traditional conference, the FoST summit features intimate, speaker-lead roundtable conversations, short films created with each of our speakers, immersive experiences and workshops, and a range of world class food and entertainment.

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