Cloud Computing and (new) mobile storytelling in the Internet of Things

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Abstract

The increasing weight of user-chooser participation in Cloud Computing and the Internet of Things (IoT) urges the making of conventions, terminologies and ontologies that may frame their usage in particular in what concerns tagging the objects of IoT. This labelling will be– is already –surpassing its mere cataloguing mission, being used to convey wat
ever narratives the operator may want to associate them with. New tools give way to novel artistic practices, and a new aesthetics seems to be in the making. The trend towards Mixed Media demands a transdisciplinary dialogue between its performers and Digital Humanities’ practitioners. This
paper intends to summarize some of the issues arising from the deficiency of conventions, and proposes –to be theoretically explored in future work – the hypotheses of including these novel storytelling practices
into the field of Design Fiction.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEUROMEDIA'2015
EditorsPaulo Jorge Sequeira Gonçalves
PublisherEurosis-ETI
Pages96-103
Number of pages8
ISBN (Electronic)978-90-77381-88-5
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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