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Interactive Storytelling

Third Joint Conference on Interactive Digital Storytelling, ICIDS 2010, Edinburgh, UK, November 1-3, 2010, Proceedings

Aylett, R., Lim, M.Y., Louchart, S., Petta, P., Riedl, M. (Eds.)

2010, XIII, 302p. 92 illus..

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Novel pervasive, mobile, and interactive graphical technologies underlie a new mode of storytelling—interactive digital storytelling (IDS)—whether in int- active entertainment, computer games, education, therapy or other interactive digitalapplications.Thisraisesthepossibilityofrede?ningtheexperienceofn- rative through interactive simulations of computer-generated story worlds. The wide range of papers at ICIDS 2010, held in Edinburgh November 1–3, 2010, was testament to both the number and variety of researchers now investigating this ?eld. Some papers addressedkey theoreticalproblems in the ?eld: howto reconcile interactivity and narrative structure; how to make complex digital systems - cessibletothecreativeauthor;whatprocessesandmetricsareneededtoevaluate the outputs of IDS systems. Others addressed IDS in speci?c domains: in e- cation; enhancement of automated sports commentary; therapeutic approaches to trauma; location-aware presentation of culture and history; computer games. IDS systems now employ not only conventional desktop systems, but also lar- scale immersive display systems, and mobile devices; as well as modalities such as ?lm and video, which remain important sources of knowledge and experience. Inatrulyinter-disciplinary?eld,ICIDS2010servedasaforumforthediscussion of ideas, experiences and achievements of researchers with very di?erent ideas and assumptions. The ICIDS 2010acceptancerateswere24%for long papersand 46%for both long and short. This re?ects the high standards applied by the members of the Program Committee. Posters and demos rounded out the conference to create an atmosphere of interactivity. In addition, seven pre-conference workshops and tutorials allowed more intensive discussion of speci?c themes. Three keynote speakers supported the inter-disciplinaryrangeof ICIDS 2010 and the ?eld’s natural ties between academic research, the arts and industry.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Digital Storytelling - Interactive Storytelling - Multimedia - Museum - Text - Video - authoring - avatars - computational logic - computer-mediated communication - crowd-sourcing - educational games - edutai - story evaluation - story generation

Related subjects » Database Management & Information Retrieval - General Issues - Information Systems and Applications - Popular Science

Table of contents 

Keynotes.- The Authoring Challenge in Interactive Storytelling.- From a Winter’s Night to a Dragon Age.- Designing Social Worlds - On Intrigue and Interaction in Live Action Role Playing Games (LARPS).- Characters and Decision Making.- MIST: An Interactive Storytelling System with Variable Character Behavior.- Importance of Well-Motivated Characters in Interactive Narratives: An Empirical Evaluation.- “I Want to Slay That Dragon!” - Influencing Choice in Interactive Storytelling.- Story Evaluation and Analysis.- Measuring User Responses to Interactive Stories: Towards a Standardized Assessment Tool.- One Tool-Many Paradigm: Creativity and Regularity in Youngsters’ Hyperstories.- Exploring Narrative Interpretation and Adaptation for Interactive Story Creation.- Narrative Annotation and Editing of Video.- Story Generation.- A Story to Go, Please.- Threading Facts into a Collective Narrative World.- Learning Story Marketing through Practical Experience of Story Creation System.- Enhancing Real-Time Sports Commentary Generation with Dramatic Narrative Devices.- Zuzie: Collaborative Storytelling Based on Multiple Compositions.- An Interactive Documentary Manifesto.- Arts and Humanities.- Rhetorics of the Interactive 3D Installation “Virtuelle Mauer/ReConstructing the Wall”.- From Physical to Non-material Art – Design Choices of the Digital Artist.- The iLand of Madeira Location Aware Multimedia Stories.- Narrative Theories and Modelling.- Modeling of Interactive Storytelling and Validation of Scenario by Means of Linear Logic.- An Analysis of Narrative Moves in Improvisational Theatre.- Towards a Theoretical Framework for Interactive Digital Narrative.- Systems.- A Data-Driven Case-Based Reasoning Approach to Interactive Storytelling.- Something’s Gotta Give - Towards Distributed Autonomous Story Appraisal in Improv.- A Simple Intensity-Based Drama Manager.- Applications.- Player Agency and the Relevance of Decisions.- Interactive Storytelling in Academic Teaching.- Teaching English as a Second Language Utilizing Authoring Tools for Interactive Digital Storytelling.- Posters.- Textual vs. Graphical Interaction in an Interactive Fiction Game.- Motivations for Rereading in Interactive Stories: A Preliminary Investigation.- The Haiti Earthquake Experience: A Case Study.- First Person Victim: Developing a 3D Interactive Dramatic Experience.- Combining Explicit and Implicit Interaction Modes with Virtual Characters in Public Spaces.- Louis, Mr. Dog and Rabbit: Metalepsis in Interactive Narrative.- Automated Storytelling in Sports: A Rich Domain to Be Explored.- Level-of-Detail Stories as a Virtual Museum of a Movie.- Establishing Communication Channels for Digital Storytelling Applications.- Agency and the Art of Interactive Digital Storytelling.- Realism and Virtuality: Carmageddon as Contemporary Simulacrum Model.- Demonstrations.- Emohawk: Learning Virtual Characters by Doing.- Crowd-Sourced AI Authoring with ENIGMA.- Using Highly Interactive Drama to Help Young People Cope with Traumatic Situations.- Stories on a Sphere: Hyperglobes as Narrative Platforms for Global Geodata.- Workshops.- Users and Evaluation of Interactive Storytelling.- Workshop: Education in Interactive Digital Storytelling.- Interactive Stories for Health Interventions.- Towards a Shared Vocabulary for Interactive Digital Storytelling.- Storytelling within an Internet of Things.- Just Another Tool for Interactive Digital Storytelling?.- Tutorial.- Tutorial: Introduction to Interactive Story Creation.

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