Posts Tagged: Interactive Fiction

Reliving Last Night

This project is an interactive narrative video story in which the protagonist, Claire, lives out the possibilities of her parallel lives at the whim of the interactor.

Widgets for Interactive TV

Sergio Goldenberg (Project Manager), Thomas Barnwell, Bobby Schweizer, Tonguc Sezen, Digdem Sezen The WIT system is a framework of swappable utilities that promotes active shared viewing. It includes widgets for monitoring, tagging, live commentary, educational annotation, and synchronous remote viewing. To avoid distraction from the television content, the widget browser was designed to fit within… Read more »


Sergio Goldenberg (Project Manager), Paul Amsbary, Rishi Bhilavdikar, Jill Donnelly, Annie Lausier, Josh Teague, Michael Pate Episodes of Ben 10, a Cartoon Network series, are integrated with contextual quick time games that reinforce immersion for active viewer watching broadband programs on a game platform. Viewers capture game objects from the video stream, intensifying their attention… Read more »

The World War II: D-Day

Negar Farhi (Project Manager), Paul Amsbary, Brandon Brown, Sergio Goldenberg, Hartmut Koenitz, Nate Olson, Susan Robinson, Allison Sall A prototype for the History Channel designed as a premium offering, drawing on multiple sources and rich metadata annotations to juxtapose multiple human perspectives on a complex sequence of events. The World War II Experience prototype is… Read more »

Love and Diane

Karyn Lu, Tom Banaszewski, Zuley Clarke, Drew Cogswell, Engin Erdogan, Sharon Haber, Jennifer Haskins, Zhiyu Wang The Interactive Timeline presents a visual representation of key events in the lives of Love and Diane. Video clips are embedded into the timeline, which users can sort thematically. Love & Diane: An Interactive Timeline is an interactive TV… Read more »

Celebrity Mole

Drew Cogswell, Chetan Bagga, Zuley Clarke, Engin Erdogan, Sumier Phalake, Alex Ross This prototype of an interactive television game was created as part of Georgia Tech’s participation in the annual Enhanced TV Workshop run by the American Film Institute. Celebrity Mole uses the digital affordances to enhance the viewers’ experience by making them part of… Read more »

Two Towns of Jasper

Gunthar Hartwig, Chetan Bagga, Yvonna Caravia, Sumier Phalake, Susan Robinson, Nina Walia The Georgia Tech team created a DVD prototype of a navigable version of the film. The DVD allows viewers to follow individual citizens of Jasper as they come to terms with the horrible murder and its explicitly racist motivation, and to compare points… Read more »

Hot Norman eTV Prototype

The Hot Norman eTV Prototype explored linking between diverse video narratives and embedding of related narrative content. Using IBM’s “HotVideo” technology, this project by Janet Murray and Freedom Baird allowed the interactor to explore the connections and backstories within Alan Ayckbourn’s comic trilogy, The Norman Conquests. The project was created at MIT’s Center for Educational… Read more »