CréaTIC takes part in the 2015 Book Fair
The 35th edition of the Book Fair will be held from 20 to 23 March 2015. For its first participation in this event, IDEFI-CréaTIC will be present on a stand alongside several scientific partners including the Foundation of Human Sciences and the National Scientific Research Centre.
The participation of CréaTIC is a chance to promote the work undertaken by students on digital books, to present hybrid pedagogical tools such as the collection of 100 notions, and to present digital innovations with 3D printing.
• Ghislaine Azémard presents the 100 Notions for crossmedia and transmedia Saturday 21 March 2pm-4pm
• Marc Veyrat presents the 100 Notions for digital art
Sunday 22 March 11am – 1pm
Il était une forêt is a new concept of an augmented reality book, designed to raise awareness of 4 to 6 year olds on the theme of “living together”.
Children can follow the four main characters through a series of short stories using the tablet and cards which lead the reader through the story. Children are placed at the heart of the process and become a part of the story. They can influence the events through the choices made and learn from their experiences.
Digital tools are a tool to facilitate the reading experience. The digital tools enrich the reading experience and make it more accessible for children, without replacing the richness of the relationship with the paper book.
Project developed by Corentin Bertho, Manon Boschard, Suzanne Dumoulin, Christina Lumineau and Ana Cristina Villegas, students on the Master’s Programme in Digital Creation and Publishing, 2015.
Pan! is the result of reflection on the relationship between artistic books and digital media.
The challenge lies in creating a graphic, just as paper artistic books, which questions the limits of the digital format and new possibilities which it can provide in terms of narration, reading and reader interaction.
This reflection has led us to offer an interactive experience where both media (paper and digital) complement each other by guiding readers through an illustrated set of clues, with it being continuously necessary to come and go between both the paper book and Smartphone (via an app).
Pan! is a project developed by Corentin Bertho (illustration & publication), Christina Lumineau (project management & development), Ana Cristina Villegas (illustration & animation), Pauline Manouvrier (drafting and video publication), and Parnian Haghbin (illustration), students on the Master’s Programme in Digital Creation and Publishing, 2014.
20-23 March 2015 / 10am – 8pm
Paris Porte de Versailles – Pavillon 1
Boulevard Victor, Paris 15th Arrondissement