We like the way this technology is developing because of the possibilities for interactive, narrative journalism and story-telling using hand control. The secret as we have written before lies in this interface between human and tool. The more natural the control systems the better the possibilities for communication – and so, for drawnalism.
We recently attended the news:rewired conference organised by Journalism.co.uk and held at City University in London. Above is a short interactive with an analysis of the key speakers from the event and some of their behaviour on Twitter.
At the heart of the Apple Computer iPad is one rather important thing – the way human beings interact with technology. On the whole, Drawnalism thinks that anything which brings a closer connection between our senses and what we can do with them through technology is worth investigating. (Yes, we watched Minority Report too.) We […]
NewsRewired – the event for those interested in making the news – had some breaking stuff all of its own last week. During his panel session in front of more than 100 delegates, Greg Hadfield, one of the UK’s more conspicuously successful journalists and business people announced a change of job. He explained his move […]
Click the picture for a small gallery of drawing from the news:rewired event which was held at City University, London on 14th Jan 2010. You can follow the online buzz about the event here and find some less urgent and more reflective journalism about it at the site of the event’s organisers, Journalism.co.uk. If anyone who […]