Narraciones interactivas: el futuro nolineal de los relatos en la era digital

José Luis Orihuela


The term narration is usually used to refer to the content of a story, its style and the way of being told. These aspects cover narration content and telling conditions as well. The three dimensions of the narration presuppose a lineal and unidirectional model of communication created by the narrator who controls it and from which all the emotional responses of receptors depend on. The interactive model emerges as a new alternative in which all the roles of transmitters and receptors are exchangeable giving users a starring role. In traditional narrative, stories are closed, have a steady structure and are organized by a narrator who says how to access them. In the interactive narrative, contents remain open and in a great extent, depend on the user's choice; structures are not predetermined; on the contrary, it is the user who with his navigation generates them, which at the same time constitutes a new way of enunciating.

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