Screen capture of New screen credit/logo

Screen capture of New screen credit/logo

The future is owned by those who own the cubic story real estate, the skill to build it and it’s production. Hyv, Tu-Is, the Storycube and ‘intragrated’ retail. (As opposed to integrated retail). https://dlwillson.wordpress.com/2013/06/20/storycubes-create-multiple-viewings/ & https://dlwillson.wordpress.com/2011/01/20/what-is-hyv/

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What is Hyv?

Hyv logoOriginally shared/published January 20, 2011

Hyv was originally short for Hypervideo when I coined it 6 (now 10) years ago. It became an architectural (both content architecture and technical architecture) term for the teams I work with for use of and implementation of interactive tv/film/transmedia interface… …where in the data/metadata that would be in the hypervideo would be transportable/interoperable. Further taking it to be “layerable” We have pushed for half a decade for browsers to implement transparent synced layers. The “hyv” layer then would have metadata etc for implementation both with HTML5 & the Hyv layers…making it transferrable to other medium and artifacts. Hyv makes hypervideo/hyperaudio/hypetext/hypersync and AR equal. It makes it easier in our specific implementation for interactive film/television, game development that is heavily based on video and platforms outside the screen including augmented reality, transmedia and multi-platform and artifacts in the real world. It has lead to us creating what we call portkeys, wormholes, & horcruxes (artifacts that are keys in the real world)…That are portals within, into and between stories and productions, that link to the outside world and that link to integrated retail. It has also raised the spectre of varying timecodes/timeclocks in story/audience worlds.
We also have been lately using the term in naming an initiative we have been forming between game developers, filmmakers, journalists, web development etc… to Innovate Storycube content architecture via Transmedia and more integrated forms of Content with geo-location, the cloud, the browser, augmented reality and inventing a new writing format for story inception.

Math – The Passion of Alan Turing

Math
The Passion of Alan Turing

by dl willson
Opening Scene


open to :

A hand… an apple is picked up from a pile.  It is held.  It is injected with a syringe. It is slowly about to be placed on an old kitchen table.  Diane Birch’s “Magic View” plays

( http://open.spotify.com/track/7IoGPqAKsP5ItCqO8ZfVG6)

Ext. Turing Home – Sunrise

We open on a house, in the words of Joyce’s Araby, “at the blind end, detached from its neighbours in a square ground.”  Tracking in slowly we hear a mumble

V.O.

Morcom.

…and the year,”1954″, appears on the screen.  Like pings of noise, or Brad Pitt in Fight Club …there are flashes of frames of the violence of WWII, the holocaust, the great strike, upheaval in India, computer keys being typed, the noise of the city, the iPhone, computers, city streets, celebrations of D-Day, gay pride, Iran twitter feeds, etc.

…and silence, again, as the tracking stops,… framing the lonely English house.

cut to:

Int. Bedroom – continuous

We cut inside to a partial view of a man mumbling in his sleep as the sun is trying to creep around the pulled shades. We see a glimpse of what may seem like a breast…but it is definitively a man’s voice whispering a man’s name.

Alan

Morcom…Please Morcom….please.


We see his shadow wake and exit.

cut to:

Int. Kitchen – moments later

Apples sit on the table in a disorganized kitchen.  The figure passes them.

We see running shoes packed behind others and the figure passes them and steps back into frame looking at them.

Ext. Turing House – soon after

The sun is just rising as Alan Turing, 41, is exiting in proper running clothing, the shape of what seems like breasts show through his thin running shirt.  As he is walking to the road a day worker comes around the corner. Turing sees him and stares for just a moment before heading back into the house.

cut to:

Ext. Turing’s House – later

Turing is about to run from his front yard, when a worker comes walking up the road. Turing turns to head back in.  He drops a large sweater he was carrying but decides not to retrieve it. The worker notices Turing drop the sweater and retrieves it.

Worker

Sir?!


Turing stops and half turns. Smiling large like that of a man who helped his country defeat the biggest evil the modern world had ever seen.

Worker

You dropped your sweater, it’d be big enough

you’d think yo…


The man notices Turing’s small breasts… …and stares before his reaction changes.  Turing sees his reaction but ignores it.

Turing

yes. Well, …I am getting older


Turing chuckles to the man staring in disgust.

Turing (cont.)

I seem to forget things… Well thank you

Worker

What the bollocks is wrong with your…


Turing turns to enter back to his house.

Turing

Thank you.


He heads back toward the house as the man continues on his way.

Int. Turing Kitchen – moments later

The apple is in Turing’s hands as he places it down on the table near the pile from which he had gotten it.  He goes to the window to see if anyone is now in sight.  He puts on the sweater.

cut to:
Ext. English Roadside – Late Morning

We see him running sweating profusely from wearing a large over-sized sweater in the middle of the summer.  His feet get louder as poem rolls over in his head.



Turing (V.O.)

Hyperboloids of wondrous Light
Rolling for aye through Space and Time
Harbour those Waves which somehow Might
Play out God’s holy pantomime

He repeats this over and over to the rhythm of his feet.  As we watch the feet…

fade to:

Ext. Railroad Tracks – Day

…they become a child’s over railroad tracks.  We hear Indian dialects shouting like a market merging and fading from his poem. We see Turing at 8 years old running along tracks with a note in his hand.  It is a telegraph from his parents… He falls.

Superimposed image. of the scene his mother is describing in the telegraph- India in the 20’s and we follow a man arguing with a group of Indian men to place the railroad ties correctly…as they sit watching.  It is Julius Turing…

Blockstack testing starts tomorrow so anyone who hasn’t submitted their element or gotten their blockstack id… do so before that. (Reminder I am dl.id) – at Hyvquarters

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Cc @jeffbezos @werner @ajassy The truth is 10 years from now there is only really one company that could spur a new model of the web and a burgeoning market of competition and ideas (and independent media) as we go Cubic. 1 that will open competition for most of our economy and ideas.
And it’s antithetical to what everyone thinks.
It’s Amazon.
For a number of reasons as we watch the web move to Cubic, ubiquitous, organic and pervasive. – at Hyvquarters

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FYI … when I started working on Cubic media and integrating retail organically into layers and immersive variants of media and why I have taken the slow/steady road patiently… I knew the Hyv model would be the model eventually that would be the model that will be standard.

The issues the industry and the web are about to face …almost all resolved by the concepts behind what has driven me to starve and struggle for the last 15 years banking on the time the web would be able to handle this architecture.

A much longer road than I thought it would be but… That time is well-nigh.

And nobody understands it as well as us …or has built what we have in narrative and production/content/Systems.

http://www.tubefilter.com/2017/11/14/ott-price-war-disney/ – at Hyvquarters

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A basic principle on the 9 layers (8 layers of the “outside) in #thecamp …what we sense vs. what we don’t sense. And how Demi-layers work vs. full separate universes (including the 4 main … and the additional hyperlayer parallel universe’s )

The conversation on how Storycubes intersect (and hypermedia/narratives/games/iot) and how parallel universe’s in #thecamp work starts with understanding light vs. mass.
And contextual vs. virtual existence.

http://www.desy.de/user/projects/Physics/Relativity/SR/light_mass.html – at Hyvquarters

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