One of the oldest and most important unwritten rule says that you shouldn’t rely on words to tell your story.
Jerry Jenkins defines telling as simply informing your reader of information, rather than allowing him to deduce anything (showing).
In an information-saturated age, facts and figures don’t stick in our minds and the audience demands stories (Morgan, 2014).
Immersive reality, or interactive visualisations, amongst other technologies, facilitate media and companies to go beyond telling or showing and are placing the audience within the story.
An easy topic to apply these techniques are natural disasters. Audiences can hardly place themselves into the affected area or respond quickly to these dangers, and smartphones can help in this learning.
Below three good approaches: