By Lance Weiler, December 22nd, 2009

For the third year running, Scott Kirsner (Fans, Friends, & Followers, CinemaTech), Woody Benson ( Prism VentureWorks) and Lance Weiler (founder of the WorkBook Project, story architect) sat down to discuss the year in tech and entertainment.

Subjects covered – the real-time web, geo locational services, emergent gameplay, transmedia storytelling, crowdfunding, augmented reality, DIY, 3D cinema investment, the impact of the Comcast / NBC Universal merger, Avatar and Paramount’s new micro budget division.

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Lance Weiler is the founder of the WorkBook Project and also a story architect of film, tv and games. He's written and directed two feature films THE LAST BROADCAST and HEAD TRAUMA. He's currently developing a number of transmedia projects.

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By Lance Weiler, December 22nd, 2009

For the third year running, Scott Kirsner (Fans, Friends, & Followers, CinemaTech), Woody Benson ( Prism VentureWorks) and Lance Weiler (founder of the WorkBook Project, story architect) sat down to discuss the year in tech and entertainment.

Subjects covered – the real-time web, geo locational services, emergent gameplay, transmedia storytelling, crowdfunding, augmented reality, DIY, 3D cinema investment, the impact of the Comcast / NBC Universal merger, Avatar and Paramount’s new micro budget division.

2009

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Lance Weiler is the founder of the WorkBook Project and also a story architect of film, tv and games. He's written and directed two feature films THE LAST BROADCAST and HEAD TRAUMA. He's currently developing a number of transmedia projects.

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  • Yes, I agree. Very nice analysis. It is undeniable that the gaming world is consntantly evolving but at the same time will it ever hit that mainstream status that Hollywood has? Perhaps when younger games become older and have more money to spend? I dont know. Time will tell.

  • SirNewt

    Fantastic analysis of the state of games Jason. The gaming industry at large has always suffered from a major inferiority complex, especially when dealing with Hollywood.

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