The Mobile and Environmental Media Lab (MEML) is currently exploring location-specific mobile storytelling. This research investigates the idea of ambient storytelling and how the built environment can act as a storytelling entity that engages and interacts with people in specific spaces. Development of personalized responsive environments arise as people spend time in these spaces and build a relationship with the spaces they spend time in every day. By integrating context-aware interactions and access to backstory about an environment, ambient stories emerge and can be accessed through mobile and pervasive computing technologies and applications.
Next MEML Meeting: Tuesday, September 14 12:00-1:45pm in RZC 124
For more information, please contact:
Media Arts and Practice
School of Cinematic Arts