Category: Storytelling

This category displays all storytelling tools for creating interactive visual narratives. Looking for something specific? Skip to multimedia blogging platforms and other social media platforms, screenwriting, or storyboards & comic strips.

Google Tour Creator

Google Tour Creator: create interactive virtual-reality tours using Google Street View or your own360° images. Highlight points of interest and add 2D images for additional information. Virtual tours can be shared via a link or an embed code, and may be experienced using Virtual Reality gadgets such as Google Cardboard. See an example below, featuring …

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Medium

Medium

Medium: a sleek blog-publishing platform designed for optimizing interactions between author and readers with marginalia comments, which can be made private or public (the latter, with the approval of the author). Comments can be enabled in fully published mode or in draft mode (whose visibility is limited to individuals with the unlisted link). Great platform …

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Scalar

Scalar: open-source, media-rich scholarly publishing platform ideal for creating non-linear narratives. Requiring minimal technical expertise, this platform offers its authors a robust database system for to catalogue their work, which can be experienced by the public through different pathways, and from different access points. It supports collaborative authoring, reader comments, and offers a wide range of annotating tools. FREE.

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Google Apps for Education

NYU has licensed a set of Google products to handle communication, calendars, file storage, and other teaching and learning apps, according to these Terms of Use. The full suite of Google Apps for Education include: Mail Calendar Drive (file storage and sharing) Classroom (LMS; NYU Classes remains the university’s official LMS) Docs (word processor) Sheets (spreadsheet) Groups (listserves) Hangouts (video …

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celtx

Celtx

Celtx: scriptwriting software that allows to you seamlessly work within a script format. With a paid subscription, you can collaborate with peers, integrate storyboards, coordinate production details and schedules. Available for desktop and mobile devices. Paid/Premium. (Note: Celtx’s classic free desktop software with multiple integration capabilities has been discontinued in favor of the current cross-platform, “online studio” model).

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