Could this idea change the way we tell stories?

At first, mankind transferred stories by means of oral tradition.  The stories were compelling and sacred.

Then, mankind turned to literature.  The tales were imaginative and vividly written–almost coming off of the page.

Not long after, mankind added visual media such as theatre, television, and film.  The scenes brought us closer to the characters.  We saw their joy, heard their laughs, and witnessed their pain…

But what about now?  Today.  With all of the technology at our fingertips and with a global database at our disposal, are we at the next evolutionary stage in our storytelling process?

Well these guys think they have the answer, and I personally can’t wait to see what happens next.  

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