The poem is a representation and a voice about a boy who left in the shadows and wants to disappear. One story I do vaguely remember in the audio tour of the Alcatraz prison is the story of inmates that managed to escape or almost escape. Unfortunately, I was too young to be truly interested in or appreciate the stories being told, but I do definitely somewhat remember the experience. The term locative fiction encompassed a wide range of e-literature styles, such as net art, kinetic poetry, or even hypertext fiction perhaps the hyperlinks within the story change depending on where you are in a neighborhood? It only had the colors red and black.
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The movement of the text and rectangles convey ideas such as melting and vanishing. Of course, the visuals did help the spoken word, which is interesting. I have always found locative technology to be incredibly fascinating.
In my opinion, the idea of augmented reality is full of the most intriguing literary possibilities. The poem is a representation and a voice about a boy who left in the shadows and wants to 3vfiction. I feel as if I am in the car cruising with her, enjoying life and not giving a care in the world. Maybe with the addition of augmented reality, being able to not only hear the story 3dfcition also see it unfold as it did in the very same location that it originally took 3dfitcion, I would be able to remember it more vividly.
A is for Apple by David Clark is an interesting poem. A big part of this is because the genre is ever evolving, and the forms of expanded cinema that Rettberg discusses only provides more examples of how the genre might evolve over time.
The words moved in and faded away like the central character the boy in the poem who wished to go unnoticed. Imagine if one can project a poem at an exhibit where anyone can interact with the poem, such as Tony Stark Iron Man interacting with his holographic projector and change line breaks and moving words around so the poem can take on a different meaning.
I remember being handed a cassette tape or audio player of some sort and a pair of headphones and being guided through the prison as different stories, facts, and details of Alcatraz were told to me through the audio device.
We can see this style of motion language in many films during the credit sequence. But, while pokemon go is a successful venture into the locative technology game market, it is completely lacking in narrative.
We could investigate a murder mystery by retracting the steps of the killer at the scene of the crime. We could write poems, layered in augmented realty in the sky above the mountains they describe, as we sweep across the landscape and watch the live video on the screens of our phones I have seen it used in museums to give more info on exhibits.
This is because I personally have a deep interest in cinema, and the idea of altering cinema to become more and more interactive is very appealing. Combining the intimacy and personality of a physical location with the creativity and wide-open nature of locative fiction, the possibilities are endless. Rettberg also brings up the fact that locative storytelling has been used in a purely audio sense, such as guided tours of a specific location.
At some point in my life when I save up the money, the idea would be to travel to areas where my family either lives or once lived and I would plant QR codes in these locations.
This motion style of poetry fits with the theme of the poem.
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Street performances, outdoor concerts, flash mobs, and the like could be experienced only if the viewer was physically in the area; videos and retellings of the events are interesting but ultimately inauthentic secondhand narratives, unable to precisely capture the minute details of a live event. In a somewhat humbler way, expanded cinema has also crossed over into electronic literature, as a number of writers and artists have produced works that apply techniques and approaches common in electronic literature in the construction of cinematic experiences.
We tend to want food to be big and juicy. Unfortunately, I was too young to be truly interested in or appreciate the stories being told, but I do definitely somewhat remember the experience. From what I can make out of it, it seemed to be the definition of the word apple.
This is interesting, I have never thought of language being used in such 3dfiiction way, and certainly not in a performance art setting. I am a writer; I can see myself working within this genre and using kinetic poetry and hypertext fiction as a way to let others interact with my work to see what they would do with it. Family history is incredibly important to me and I think it would incredibly cool to utilize locative narrative in order to tell it.
If I am bored and have nothing to do, one thing I do to pass the time on occasion is just look around and explore the world on google earth, just to see what different locations 3dficttion the world truly look like from up above. You feel as if you are floating and observing the boy before you.
Locative narratives were what I found most interesting. The future of this technology is powerful if we can 3dflction the ability of VR and AR to provide meaningful experiences that challenge our understanding, and empathy, as individuals.
It only had the colors red and black. With locative fiction, however, the intimacy of neighborhood performance art is able to be fixed in time and space.