Interactive comic lets readers call the shots

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The interactivity of digital platforms is bringing new dimensions to existing artforms — for example, we've recently seen how Switzerland's IDNA — Spatial Storytelling project has brought dynamism to film by enabling viewers to control the camera focus in order to determine the plot. Now a new digital comic strip called FRAMED is ploughing similar ground, allowing readers to switch the panels around to alter the outcome of the scene. Created by Australia's Loveshack Entertainment, the strip has a crime/mystery setting and features no dialogue, while each of the characters is rendered in faceless silhouette. The reader is initially presented…

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