Giving your audience the opportunity to interact with multimedia content and choose the order they want to view it in can be a compelling way to tell stories and keep viewers engaged.
To help you get started, Jéssica Cruz at IJNet created a top three list of affordable tools for creating immersive and interactive stories.
As an example, Cruz mentions how by using Klynt software, the multi-award-winning project Women for sale put together an interactive documentary about human trafficking in Argentina.
Viewers can browse the stories of these women by type of media, such as photos, maps or videos, or by navigating through the stages of trafficking — including stages such as 'recruitment' and 'exploration.'
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