A beast of an interactive documentary, which beautifully combines cinematic panning techniques with illustration.
With interactive documentaries becoming increasingly ambitious, they have a challenge to provide an enhanced experience to that of a video documentary. A lot of interactive documentaries around are a scroll-a-thon through what is effectively a long video. Personally, if the interactivity isn’t adding to the experience, I would rather watch a film and let someone else control the pace for me.
Yet another winner from OK FOCUS. Hitting keyboard keys plays film snippets interspersed by some random dotted line patterns.
Some fabulously fun image transitions going on at weareberrie.com
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