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The Big Question: What would it take to create the holodeck (in terms of storytelling)? Is it a technical or a creative breakthrough that we need?

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  1. Interactive Storytelling Gail Carmichael www.gailcarmichael.com
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcweo19I9wM
  3. The Big Question CAN WE CREATE THE HOLODECK?
  4. What is a Story?
  5. ACTORS perform actions THE WORLD changes EVENTS relate to each other
  6. STORIES: About people, not things conflict
  7. Interactivity
  8. Understand Two or more each other agents Respond properly
  9. Hey! Games are interactive!
  10. What is your favourite game that has a story? Story choice? Gameplay?
  11. Game + Story: Why is it Hard?
  12. STORIES: Games: Linear Non-Linear
  13. “Divergence from a story's path is likely to make for a less satisfying story; restricting a player's freedom of action is likely to make for a less satisfying game.” Greg Costikyan
  14. CHOICE OF PLAYER versus CHOICE OF CHARACTER
  15. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MByLJ3mseBU
  16. Josiah Lebowitz and Chris Klug
  17. TYPES OF PLAYERS Audience Performer Immersionist
  18. No preference Interactive Traditional Storytelling No story Highly Player Driven Storytelling Branching Path Storytelling Multiple-Ending Storytelling Josiah Lebowitz and Chris Klug
  19. Josiah Lebowitz and Chris Klug
  20. What should we do?
  21. …puzzle➭story ➭puzzle ➭story…
  22. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMzmnwWK0dY
  23. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqkJuSV-23U
  24. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POjkfLiyWd8
  25. Creativity > Technology
  26. label family: scene bg beach2 with dissolve "It wasn't long before Mary broke the silence, by asking me a question." show mary dark smiling with dissolve m "I told you a little about my family... but I haven't asked you about yours yet. What's your family like?" p "When I'm on the island here, I live with my aunt and uncle, but back home, I live with my mother, father, and sister." m "A sister? Is she older or younger?" Ren’Py
  27. Fabula
  28. The Big Question CAN WE CREATE THE HOLODECK?
  29. Gail Carmichael PhD Student, Carleton University www.gailcarmichael.com
  30. Books - Andrew Glassner’s Interactive Storytelling: Techniques for the 21st Century - Chris Crawford’s Chris Crawford on Interactive Storytelling - Josiah Lebowitz and Chris Klug’s Interactive Storytelling for Games - Mieke Bal’s Narratology: Introduction to the Theory of Narrative Other - Greg Costikyan’s Games, Storytelling, and Breaking the String - Pohjola M. 2004. “Autonomous Identities: Immersion as a Tool for Exploring, Empowering and Emancipating Identities”. in Montola M. and Stenros J. (eds.). Beyond Role and Play: tools, toys and theory for harnessing the imagination. Ropecon ry, Helsinki, 81-96. Photos http://www.flickr.com/photos/ramsd/7700670046/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/linnybinnypix/1189891134 http://www.flickr.com/photos/cuellar/517376451/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/chavals/2978360981/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/2316708463/

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