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Talk: Cognitive Storytelling In The 4th Dimension - How Would Orson Welles Tackle It?

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Halloween 1938: The Panic Broadcast Hallowe’en night in 1938 Orson Welles transformed radio from a storytelling medium to a medium that delivered an experience. ------- he created national hysteria as listeners reacted to what they believed was an alien invasion. The consummate disrupter - Welles knew the entire world was his stage!

#WWWD What Would Wells Do? As story maker I wonder--- how would Welles tell his stories today? how would he recapture a distracted audience from their devices and screens with immersive interactive technologies? What experience would he create? We are today’s Story Making pioneers — rewriting and inventing new rules in code -- every single day.

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Talk: Cognitive Storytelling In The 4th Dimension - How Would Orson Welles Tackle It?

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