New Media

David Negrin's creative projects and research in new media include Virtual Reality Filmmaking, Transmedia Storytelling, and Immersive Theater. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science, an M.F.A. in Cinema Arts, and is Assistant Professor of Film, Television, and Emerging Media at Ithaca College.


FairyTale VR

FairyTale VR is an immersive, animated virtual reality experience that reimagines a series of classic fairy tales to reflect the diversity and multiculturalism of modern families. The VR fairy tales change in real time to tell the story with a family that looks more like yours.

 

“Why So Serious” Analysis

A research analysis of the "Why So Serious" Alternate Reality Game (ARG).

Mission To India VR

Mission To India VR is an interactive experience based on the true story “Mission To India” by George Lombardi, M.D. An immersive virtual reality adaptation of Dr. Lombardi’s story written & directed by Angeline Gragasin & David Negrin, in partnership with The Moth, co-produced by Kokowa Inc.

 

"Writing Transmedia Narratives"

This research paper outlines and develops the narrative theory of screenwriting in a transmedia format—that is, writing interdependent narratives in a single story world across multiple storytelling media.

The Extraordinary Verses

A Transmedia franchise proposal in active development. A Cyberpunk epic whose mystery is solved in a single story world across multiple media: film, television, graphic novel, podcast, web-based (ARG).