Max Björverud; Björn Bergqvist Wingren , pp. 56. DSN/School of Planning and Media Design, 2012.
This study takes up the question of how to use interactivity in film. The study delves into various techniques for achieving interactivity and how a person experiences a medium (immersion) and its relation to interactivity. To answer the question the study how interactivity has been used film earlier and research in the field of interactivity, immersion and narration. The link between immersion, interactivity and narration is reviewed to show how they can be combined into an interactive film. The conclusion provides a description of how interaction can be used and what one ought to consider when doing so. The study covers the entire process from idea to finished product and can be used as a guide for interactive filmmaking. It will also describe the work and the process of the film "Erik och den röda tråden" which is a result of this study.
This study is written in Swedish.