_The Whale Hunt
A nine-day whale hunt in northern Alaska is told through a large, interactive photo mosaic.
_A Childhood Walk
A participatory trip down memory lane, Ze Frank’s "A Childhood Walk" explores the connections between location, technology, and memory.
An autobiographical game about the decision to start hormone replacement therapy.
Surveillance video and data feeds from Canada’s Banff National Park make environmental documentary "Bear 71" a commentary on life in the…
_Are Vah !
Combining pictures, videos, sounds, and data journalism, the web documentary Are Vah! offers an investigation into the causes of France's…
_AR Occupy Wall Street
AR Occupy Wall Street is "the world’s first global AR protest," placing a layer of protest art over New York's Financial District.
_Rape in the Fields
Rape in the Fields is a collaborative transmedia documentary project exposing abuse of female agricultural workers.
_Holograms for Freedom
Holograms for Freedom, “the first hologram protest in history," was a response to Spain's "Gag Law," which criminalized many forms of…
_Question Bridge: Black Males
"Question Bridge: Black Males" facilitates conversations within the African American male community across political, class, geographic,…
_Just a Reflektor
The interactive Arcade Fire music video bridges the worlds of analog and digital, reality and fiction, film and the web.
Associacion de Victimas del Metro del Tre de Julio and Barret Films produced this transmedia project on the causes of the accident on the…
A participatory documentary project that transformed from a TV project to a growing online archive.
_How Much Is Left?
Interactive timeline "How Much Is Left?" creates a data-driven portrait of climate change.
_Living Los Sures
Participatory documentary "Living Los Sures" captures the rich, multicultural history of Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood.
Prison Map is not a map - it's a snapshot of the earth's surface, taken at various points throughout the United States.