Transmedia Project

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Video link

Embedded into this post is the video, physical element (pictures of the phone) and wireframe associated with the Transmedia assignment from our Making Networked Culture class.

This assignment proved to be a challenge considering this was our first assignment we had to do predominately alone.

My first task was to determine what a transmedia video was, after heavy research I concluded that a transmedia video has elements of other media forms in its final presentation; this usually forms a “treasure hunt” sort of narrative which makes the audience much more interactive to the finished product. This is also a ploy by producers and CEOs to plug books, web series, films, etc. of a series.

After I had researched it and concluded what it meant, my next task was to think of a plot for my project; I decided to do a “unreliable narrator” like plot, which means a narrative in which is confusing at first to the audience until the pieces are put together, which I thought would really fit the interactive treasure hunt idea I was going for. I also chose psychological thriller as the genre just because I enjoy it as a genre and I know the key elements to it. After all this, I drew up the wireframe and then it was on to filming.

The filming was a bit difficult considering I was on a time constraint and I had to use my iPhone 6, plus I couldn’t afford to find proper actors, I had to settle for asking my sister to act in our house. This proved difficult as I really wanted to make the narrative as serious as I possibly could. But, since we live together filming was no problem as we got it all done in two days.

Editing proved to be the biggest challenge, using iMovie on my iPhone. I had to research certain aspects of it because I had never used it as an app before. This took quite a while as I made many mistakes and it is difficult to edit a 4 minute video on a tiny screen with two fingers.

After that was done, the additional links to the video were easy to obtain. I wrote up a blog post, edited together a short video as the “twist” of the narrative, and took some photos.

Credit to the music:
“Black Vortex” Kevin MacLeod (
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

“Day of Chaos” Kevin MacLeod (
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

“Lost Frontier” Kevin MacLeod (
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Horror Tension Build Sound Effect

Horror Movie Violin Sound Effect

Very Beautiful Piano Melody Song


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