Saturday, 12 November 2011

New Wave

2012 will see a new wave of Dreaming Methods projects that use the developing technologies of HTML5 and WebGL to create cross-browser (and increasingly cross-device) experiences that do not require plug-ins.

Our current projects include creative video trailers and educational resources for the ground-breaking transmedia work Inanimate Alice; an experimental fiction piece called 'R' (pictured above) which incorporates a sprawling 3D labyrinth with text, audio and photography, as well as beautiful digitally-generated imagery from Jim Andrews' Aleph Null; and a nail-biting cross-platform digital fiction thriller - code-named Duel - which will be the first collaboration between Dreaming Methods' Andy Campbell and novelist/digital fiction pioneer Kate Pullinger. 

To keep up with what we're doing, follow us on Twitter, or check out exclusive previews/screen shots of new work on our Facebook page.

Andy Campbell will be at the Narrative Futures event at FACT, Liverpool on 17th November presenting/talking about Inanimate Alice as well as at the Award Ceremony for the New Media Writing Prize 2011 at Bournemouth University on November 23rd.