By Edward Nawotka
Transmedia has been a buzz word in publishing since at least 2003, but it’s one that’s still ill-defined. The creators of Inanimate Alice, as discussed in today’s editorial, describe it as “multimodality using images, sounds, text, interaction . . . to see storytelling in a new, multi-sensory light.” It is something bigger and more interactive than an enhanced e-book, but different than a Web site.
We’re interested in seeking out new transmedia projects to write about and explore — so tell us about yours or others that you’re aware of that have impressed you.
Let us know what you think in the comments.