PhD Seminars – Special Edition

PhD Seminars Special Edition




Interactive and multimedia storytelling


The computational study of storytelling helps us understand and develop new technologies and media that can change the way we create, share, and experience multi-sensory information. Originating from the study of emergent stories and AI agents in video games, nowadays interactive storytelling technologies are also finding their place in wider entertainment and social applications such as interactive journalism, serious game design, content recommendation for online streaming, occupational training, social media curation, and many more.
This talk will introduce my current and previous work in the context of interactive and multimedia storytelling. I will begin with a discussion on how modern advances in computer graphics, artificial intelligence, and human-computer interaction have impacted existing forms of media such as film and video games, and given rise to smart tools for aiding the creation of multimedia content. A second focus will be on how we have adapted storytelling technologies in as varied fields as low-vision reading, real-time editing systems, and digital curation.

  • November 4, 2019, 2:00 pm

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