"Stereoscopic-3D Storytelling" by Sarah Atkinson
The 17-pages paper "Stereoscopic-3D storytelling–Rethinking the conventions, grammar and aesthetics of a new medium" by Sarak Atkinson from University of Brighton is now available on line. on Acedemia.
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"Stereoscopic-3Dstorytelling" is available for free on the Academia.eu web site here.
About Sarah Atkinson
Dr Sarah Atkinson’s work is focused upon new models of audience engagements in digital storytelling, industrial filmmaking process, evolving models of labour in transmedia production, and digital archiving. She deploys both practice-based and empirical methodologies in her research and teaching. Sarah is Principal Lecturer in Film and Media, and the Assistant Head of School for Digital Transformations.
Following her practice-led PhD Telling Interactive Stories in which her own interactive film Crossed Lines was exhibited internationally, Atkinson has gone onto produce an interactive featurette for the Ginger & Rosa (2012, Dir: Sally Potter) Blu-ray by Artificial Eye (UK) and DVD, Lionsgate (USA). Sarah has received grants from the Higher Education Academy, JISC and the Open University to undertake both research and teaching initiatives, her most recent award from the AHRC has funded the DEEP FILM Access Project for which she is the Principal Investigator.