In 36 hours, participants will team up to brainstorm ideas, create open-source projects and demo prototypes of their own responsive/perceptive storytelling experiences. Participants compete against the clock, not against each other. Teams will have access to unreleased cutting-edge tools and be mentored by experts from research and industry sharing their knowledge and expertise.
The most promising prototypes will be demoed at a mini-conference dedicated to the future of storytelling as part of BBC Digital Cities Manchester 2019.
Ideal participants are from the creative sectors such as,
Remember tickets are an expression of interest...
The event is run with support from BBC R&D and BBC Academy, MMU's School of Digital Arts, Storytellers United, Popathon, University of York’s Digital Creativity labs and Creative England.