The team from SherlockIoT Turin brings SherlockIoT to Milan!
We will be attending a Meetup for fans of Sherlock Holmes in Milan, Italy. The organizers of the Meetup have various activities lined up, and SherlockIoT will be there, too!
We’ll be bringing a reduced version of our previous Sherlock IoT iterations, and have participants join in on the fun! We’ll also be connecting on Skype with Maker Faire Rome, where Valeria Amendola will be talking about the whole Sherlock IoT project.
We'll be posting photos and a write up of the event soon!
5 to 6 week team collaborative work starting in August and running up to NYFF in late Sept / early Oct
Overview of the upcoming NYC meetup and thoughts on how meetups can help inform the development of the kit
NYC meetup program and goals
Sherlock Holmes & the Internet of Things returns Feb 23rd to Lincoln Center for our first meetup of 2016. This special event will kickoff with a presentation of the Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab’sDigital Dozen: Breakthroughs in Storytelling. A number of the creators featured on the list will be joining us. After the presentation we’ll move into a collaborative design session that will focus on plans for 2016 and the development of a Sherlock IoT kit.
We are: Sabrina Giacardi and Valentina Maffucci, and we are both storytellers. We work as a team, so we decided to share this new exciting experience together!
Working on: We have a Filmmaking and Social Media background. We have recently been investigating the world of transmedia storytelling, and we’ve created the Crossmedia Factory Association in order to develop projects which rely on a transmedia structure. We are just starting off, but we have lots of ideas, energy and are eager to achieve our goals.
Looking for: We are looking for new contacts, collaborations, experimentation... anything that could help us broaden our horizons to this new kind of online/offline reality.
Where are you based: We live in Turin, in Italy, where we are going to host several SH&theIoT meetups.
Citytellers sounds awesome, it would be so cool to be able to co create a storyworld from site-specific mini-stories, especially if they were incorporated into an app that already connects stories to real world places. Is this app available everywhere or specific just to your area? I'm gonna have to look that up.
Hi Ele Jansen, how awesome! So you visited Torino? :) Since Sabrina Giacardi and I are going to be launching a collaborative crossmedia storytelling project in 2016, we’re interested in documenting the aspect of collaborative storytelling in the SH&tIoT meetups (i.e. group dynamics, how to get everyone to bring their own ideas to the table, etc.). So maybe we could focus on this aspect. What do you think?