Discover Beyond Ice: a unique interactive experience from the NFB at the Canadian Museum of Nature's new Canada Goose Arctic Gallery!
Posts Tagged “Interactive”
Sing along with Leonard Cohen's iconic song Hallelujah in our new interactive project, I Heard There Was A Secret Chord!
Life is short; now more than ever. Enjoy 10 brand-new interactive projects that you can play, engage, and experience on your phone in under 60 seconds.
Legacies 150 is a series of interactive photo and illustration essays reflecting on legacy and inheritance a century and a half into Canadian Confederation. These first-person stories explore where we come from, who we are, and what kind of nation we are becoming.
Interactive is so hot right now. It's the new storytelling darling on the block, and we've been creating and crafting stories and experiences with interactive media for years. You can explore a variety of new worlds, different perspectives, and create incredible things in as little as 1 minute. Dive in!
Last winter, the NFB, ARTE and IDFA launched a call for ideas out to digital creators around the world. Their mission? To create an interactive experience about mobility by exploiting...
Learn more about Kyma, a new immersive projection experience created by Philippe Baylaucq for the Montreal Planetarium.
Are you a designer, a writer, a creative coder, a digital artist, a musician or a game designer? The NFB and ARTE in collaboration with IDFA DocLab are calling on interactive creators for a brand-new challenge: Mobile and Interactive 60 Seconds.
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The imagined ghosts of silent movies are resurrected in Seances, a deliriously original interactive installation that gets its world premiere in the Storyscapes program at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. The...
Meet the winning team, chosen by the NFB and the Quartier des Spectacles Partnership, that will create an interactive work of art for a public space.
Nobody is really sure where Virtual Reality is going — but it’s sure going there fast. What was a futuristic novelty only a few short years ago is now poised...