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Tablet Storytelling Takes Off

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When multimedia tablets popped up a few years ago, many of us wondered why we'd ever need a second, “dumber” computer. Filmmakers and artists saw something else entirely and started hacking together DSLR rigs, shooting interactive documentaries, and inventing new formats such as album apps and RGBD. This panel is moderated by Wendy Levy, executive director of the New Arts Axis, and features Scott Snibbe (Björk’s Biophilia, Beck’s Rework: Philip Glass Remixed), Greg Pak (Vision Machine), Eli Horowitz (Silent History), and Loc Dao (Bear 71, Circa 1948).

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