Tangible and Embodied Digital Storytelling

Current Project

The Tangible and Embodied Digital Storytelling projects focus on the ways that our bodies and sensory interactions can expand how we create and experience interactive narratives. The current projects use virtual reality (VR) as a case study, examining the ways that senses are either neglected or encouraged within a designed experience.

Related Papers

2018-Sensory VR: Smelling, Touching, and Eating Virtual Reality

2017-Tangible VR: Diegetic Tangible Objects for Virtual Reality Narratives

2016-Towards a Framework for Tangible Narratives

Start Date

Jan. 1, 2016

Doctoral Students

Daniel Harley

Alumni

Jean Ho Chu

Jamie Kwan

Director

Ali Mazalek