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See, Hear - Act?
‘Together Now’ Co-Present Storytelling
and Action
3
“Did I feel connected to this; did I
care?”
“Did I make a difference?”
Did I feel connected to this?
Did I care?
4
“Did I feel connected to this; did I
care?”
“Did I make a difference?”
“Did I make a difference?”“Did I make a differenc...
6
Challenge of engaging people to care and making them care.
USEFUL ACtioN SLIDE
USEFUL ACtioN SLIDE
Generate stronger empathetic and compassionate
connection
+
More timeliness
+
Better utilization of ‘distributed willingne...
EVERYDAY CO-PRESENCE
Do you #Meerkat? Do you #Periscope?
#livestreaming popularization
Do you #Meerkat? Do you #Periscope?
#livestreaming popularization
Do you #Meerkat? Do you #Periscope?
#livestreaming popularization
MY WORLD…. HUMAN RIGHTS
?
Luc Forsyth Flickr CC BY-NC 2.0
LEVERAGE
Representing watching and co-present eyes in real-time in
order to prevent violence
Light Projection
LEVERAGE
LEVERAGE
‘The Twelfth Man’ and audio representation of a remote crowd in soccer stadium
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7I19UQP-26Q
No Somos Delito
LEVERAGE
CLOSED DOOR metaphor
Matt Shalvatis, Flickr, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
LEVERAGE
Representing watching eyes in order to exert
persuasive pressure
Shareholder meeting
LEVERAGE
Representing absent voices in order to exert
persuasive pressureRainForest Action Networ, Fli...
Josh Rushing, Flickr, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
ENGAGEMENT
Involving many more people in an action to build a movement
REACTION
Engaging and mobilizing co-present crowds for designated timely actions
RAPID REACTION
ASK SHI WEI RE CHINESE ACTIVISTS
RAPID REACTION
DISTRIBUTED ANALYSIS
Mobilizing paid or volunteer workers to analyze a situation
SHARED STRUGGLE
‘Walking in others shoes’
SOLIDARITY
‘Walking together in joy’Maria Komarova, Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
#presencerepresentation: ‘Like-a-Hug’ and other haptic feedback
#presencerepresentation: ‘Like-a-Hug’ and other haptic feedback
FEELING SOLIDARITY
A visceral dimension
SHARED
JOY
MATCH-MAKING FOR GOOD
TASK-ROUTING FOR GOOD
David Bruce, Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
IFAD
EXPERT ADVICE
R.E.A.L. modes for utilizing co-present and
distributed participatory storytelling-for-action
• Reaction and Rapid Reactio...
IMMERSIVE REALITY
“After games, we're going to make Oculus a platform for
many other experiences. Imagine enjoying a court side seat at
a ga...
BRAVE NEW WORLD CAUTION
Asbjørn Sørensen Poulsen, Flickr CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Teatrum Mundi
Abby Christine Flickr CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Left/Right Luc Forsyth, Flickr, CC BY-NC 2.0
LIVESTREAM
Nest of Posies
MY WORLD…. HUMAN RIGHTS
O, wonder!
How many goodly creatures are there here!
How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world,
That has such people in'...
‘Together Now’ Opportunities
Technologies and movement tactics combine:
Live co-present experience and immersion + focus o...
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action
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Presentation from Tribeca Interactive 2015 on the power of livestreaming + task-routing + immersive for 'together now' activism

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See, Hear Act?: 'Together Now' Co-Present Storytelling and Action

  1. 1. See, Hear - Act? ‘Together Now’ Co-Present Storytelling and Action
  2. 2. 3 “Did I feel connected to this; did I care?” “Did I make a difference?” Did I feel connected to this? Did I care?
  3. 3. 4 “Did I feel connected to this; did I care?” “Did I make a difference?” “Did I make a difference?”“Did I make a difference?” Did I make a difference? Did it matter?
  4. 4. 6
  5. 5. Challenge of engaging people to care and making them care.
  6. 6. USEFUL ACtioN SLIDE
  7. 7. USEFUL ACtioN SLIDE
  8. 8. Generate stronger empathetic and compassionate connection + More timeliness + Better utilization of ‘distributed willingness’ + Better use of individual and collective skills, capacities and leverage
  9. 9. EVERYDAY CO-PRESENCE
  10. 10. Do you #Meerkat? Do you #Periscope? #livestreaming popularization
  11. 11. Do you #Meerkat? Do you #Periscope? #livestreaming popularization
  12. 12. Do you #Meerkat? Do you #Periscope? #livestreaming popularization
  13. 13. MY WORLD…. HUMAN RIGHTS ?
  14. 14. Luc Forsyth Flickr CC BY-NC 2.0
  15. 15. LEVERAGE Representing watching and co-present eyes in real-time in order to prevent violence
  16. 16. Light Projection LEVERAGE
  17. 17. LEVERAGE
  18. 18. ‘The Twelfth Man’ and audio representation of a remote crowd in soccer stadium http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7I19UQP-26Q
  19. 19. No Somos Delito LEVERAGE
  20. 20. CLOSED DOOR metaphor Matt Shalvatis, Flickr, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
  21. 21. LEVERAGE Representing watching eyes in order to exert persuasive pressure
  22. 22. Shareholder meeting LEVERAGE Representing absent voices in order to exert persuasive pressureRainForest Action Networ, Flickr, CC BY-NC 2.0
  23. 23. Josh Rushing, Flickr, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 ENGAGEMENT Involving many more people in an action to build a movement
  24. 24. REACTION Engaging and mobilizing co-present crowds for designated timely actions
  25. 25. RAPID REACTION
  26. 26. ASK SHI WEI RE CHINESE ACTIVISTS RAPID REACTION
  27. 27. DISTRIBUTED ANALYSIS Mobilizing paid or volunteer workers to analyze a situation
  28. 28. SHARED STRUGGLE ‘Walking in others shoes’
  29. 29. SOLIDARITY ‘Walking together in joy’Maria Komarova, Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
  30. 30. #presencerepresentation: ‘Like-a-Hug’ and other haptic feedback
  31. 31. #presencerepresentation: ‘Like-a-Hug’ and other haptic feedback FEELING SOLIDARITY A visceral dimension
  32. 32. SHARED JOY
  33. 33. MATCH-MAKING FOR GOOD
  34. 34. TASK-ROUTING FOR GOOD
  35. 35. David Bruce, Flickr, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
  36. 36. IFAD EXPERT ADVICE
  37. 37. R.E.A.L. modes for utilizing co-present and distributed participatory storytelling-for-action • Reaction and Rapid Reaction • Engagement and Empathy/ Solidarity- building • Analysis and Expert Guidance • Leverage – Preventative and Persuasive
  38. 38. IMMERSIVE REALITY
  39. 39. “After games, we're going to make Oculus a platform for many other experiences. Imagine enjoying a court side seat at a game, studying in a classroom of students and teachers all over the world or consulting with a doctor face-to-face. Imagine standing together with people around the world fighting injustice -- just by putting on your Oculus in your home.” Mark Zuckerberg, posted on Facebook after their purchase of Oculus Rift
  40. 40. BRAVE NEW WORLD CAUTION
  41. 41. Asbjørn Sørensen Poulsen, Flickr CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
  42. 42. Teatrum Mundi Abby Christine Flickr CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
  43. 43. Left/Right Luc Forsyth, Flickr, CC BY-NC 2.0
  44. 44. LIVESTREAM Nest of Posies
  45. 45. MY WORLD…. HUMAN RIGHTS
  46. 46. O, wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in't! The Tempest
  47. 47. ‘Together Now’ Opportunities Technologies and movement tactics combine: Live co-present experience and immersion + focus on generating empathy/compassion + Utilization of ‘distributed willingness’ via task-routed use of individual and collective skills, capacities and leverage = Manifested real-time reaction, analysis, persuasive pressure, preventative pressure, leverage and genuine solidarity sam@witness.org, witness.org, immersedin.tumblr.com, @samgregory

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