Scenario is the world’s first 360-degree, 3-D, interactive cinematic fairytale and this companion book sheds light on the groundbreaking work created by leading new media artists and computer scientists. In this eerie yet technologically beautiful project, the film’s audience must discover possible ways of escape for five characters imprisoned in a concealed labyrinth. Instead of there being characters that passively follow a script and storyline, the characters in Scenario make decisions and change the story according to the audience’s behavior and actions. This guide to and analysis of this revolutionary project delves into the case on which the film was based, the cinematic experience, and the film’s context in media arts.
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About the Author
Edward Scheer is an associate professor and the deputy head of the School of Media, Film, and Theatre at the University of New South Wales. He is the editor of 100 Years of Cruelty: Essays on Artaud and Antonin Artaud: A Critical Reader and the author of The Infinity Machine: Mike Parr’s Performance Art 19712005. Stephen Sewell is the playwright of The Boys and Triage and was the 20082009 UNSW Literary Fellow at the University of New South Wales.