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What occurs while tales meet cellular media? during this state-of-the-art assortment, members discover electronic storytelling in ways in which glance past the computer to contemplate how tales should be advised via cellular, locative, and pervasive applied sciences. This publication bargains dynamic insights in regards to the new nature of narrative within the age of cellular media, learning electronic tales which are site-specific, context-aware, and contain the reader in interesting methods. Addressing very important themes for students, scholars, and architects alike, this assortment investigates the an important questions for this rising zone of storytelling and digital literature. themes lined contain the histories of site-specific narratives, concerns in layout and perform, area and mapping, cellular video games, narrative interfaces, and the interaction among reminiscence, heritage, and community.
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