For a published author like Natalie French, what did she think as she took on the task of creating a complex web of branching and interconnecting story elements and events, yet still having to create one cohesive interactive audiobook?
OCTOBER 2018 - We took to the streets of London to test our Wanderword prototype "The Whitechapel Investigation" using geo-location and speech driven narrative to impact a story
OCTOBER 2018 - Interview #2
In our second part of our interview with Natalie French, she talks about the protagonist Charlene "Charlie" Weatherford, a young woman in 19th century America, in search for her lost sister.
MAY 2017 - 63rd & Wallace. A trip to London offered an excellent opportunity to Step into my Story and test the prototype software running on my Android phone during in-flight and in the hotel room. Using the Bluetooth connection to my Amazon Alexa Echo travel device, I continued my story seamlessly from mobile to stationary user setting
OCTOBER 2018 - Interview #1
We sat down with published author Natalie French to discuss her latest work "63rd & Wallace" - a suspenseful interactive audiobook inspired by true events. In this first of a series of interviews Natalie introduces the basic layout for the story
MAY 2018 - WanderFun. We spent an excxiting afternoon with youngsters Alexis, Gabby and Axel playing an early prototype of a word game (Mad-lib) for Wanderword. Check out the video! They seem to have enjoyed it! The tech worked reliably within no issues. Good work team
JULY 2017 - We experimented with geo location and interactive fiction. Together with my kids, we had them come up with a treasure hunt story that would branch out depending on both Long and Lat while also requiring the active listener use speech to solve puzzles and challenges.
DECEMBER 2017 - Morgan Fics, our first Wanderword independent pioneering writer, based in Toronto, shares the latest of his unique story The Legend of Ragnar Johnson. In this video he showcases 3rd Person Narration.