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Student
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Mikhail Nad
Methods and Instruments for Developing a Museum’s Transmedia Digital Extension (on the example of the “Mayakovsky_125” Project Concept)
Media Production in Creative Industries
(Master’s programme)
2018
The paper is dedicated to the practical ways of developing the Mayakovsky museum digital extension — "Маяковский_125". It investigates the term of transmedia storytelling along with various kind of the latter, key features of contemporary museums and the problems that they face today, suggesting the solution based on the transmedia digital extension development, taking all of the specific features of Vladimir Mayakovsky's lifeline, works and personality into consideration. The paper includes the list of particular methods and instruments along with reasoning for their usage.

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