We are currently looking for storytellers to be involved in exploring how journalism could be designed for physical interaction. As computation moves out of desktops and into the built environment and everyday objects, there is an opportunity to reimagine the ways in which journalistic can be reshaped.
The Exploring Physical Journalism project aims to understand the possibilities.
Over the next few months we will be speaking with journalists and news designers about how they make sense of journalistic goals through stories. We will then invite them to use a journal to speculate on how these goals might be achieved in alternative forms, such as such as buildings, clothes or everyday things.
We’ll then use Insights from this information to develop a proposal for how sensors and physical objects might be exploited to achieve similar goals.
We are looking for people who would like to be involved in this research.
If you are a journalist, news designer, producer or someone who likes to push the boundaries of non-fiction storytelling, we’d love to talk to you.
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