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  • Historical Heritage in Digital Environment: Specific Features of Adaptation and Representation (on the example of the “Mayakovsky_125” Project Concept)

Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Vera Dunets
Historical Heritage in Digital Environment: Specific Features of Adaptation and Representation (on the example of the “Mayakovsky_125” Project Concept)
Media Production in Creative Industries
(Master’s programme)
2018
New digital historical projects change our thoughts on the perception of history, presenting their plots in a non-linear way and using a variety of multimedia elements. In this paper, we study the structural and expressive characteristics of modern multimedia historical projects with the aim of creating our own original creative concept "Маяковский_125". "Mayakovskiy_125" is an interactive multimedia project that tells five stories from the life of Vladimir Mayakovsky and dedicated to a celebration of its 125th anniversary in 2018.

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