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I’m such a first-person writer.
Our project goal was to push the boundaries of VR technology to show what a surf trip feels like from the first-person perspective. I’m excited to share this. It’s pretty incredible knowing my mom can now experience riding a 20-foot wave.
I’ve tried Oculus Rift; I’ve played with the Steam VR rig. Both are mind-blowing. In a traditional video game setting, in a first-person shooter, you can see a tower in the distance. You can walk up to that tower and use your controller to look up.
I’ve always been interested in giving the audience a first-person experience in my movies.
Hitchcock makes it very clear to us. There’s an objective and a subjective camera, like there’s a third- and a first-person narrator in literature.
I think that first-person narration is very characteristic of contemporary optics, in which the individual performs the role of subjective center of the world.
I think every first-person narrator in a novel should be compromised. I prefer that word to ‘unreliable.’
I always enjoy impersonating my characters in the first-person singular.
When I was trained as a journalist, as a race-relations reporter in Nashville covering the end of the civil-rights movement, we were strictly forbidden to use the first-person pronoun. There was kind of an electric charge around it. To come out from hiding and use the word ‘I’ carried a lot of fright for me.
If we’re reading a first-person account, we know that each and every one of us, myself included, have a great desire to be seen in a certain way, or to be perceived in a certain way. It’s unavoidable.
Historically speaking, the books I usually connect with the most are written in first-person narrative.
The language of politics is spoken in the first-person plural, and for Conservatives, the duty of the politician is to maintain that first-person plural in being.
Because I write fiction, I don’t write autobiography, and to me they are very different things. The first-person narrative is a very intimate thing, but you are not addressing other people as ‘I’ – you are inhabiting that ‘I.’
I’m always fascinated by the use of the first-person plural talking about sports.
A forecasting game is a kind of simulation, a kind of scenario, a kind of teleconference, a kind of artifact from the future – and more – that enlists the participants as ‘first-person forecasters.’
I like making movies that have some of the qualities of first-person shooter games. That was very important to me for the ‘Bourne’ franchise.
One of the strategies for doing first-person is to make the narrator very knowing, so that the reader is with somebody who has a take on everything they observe.
If I have my way, I want to go start making really interactive television. Stuff where you can sit and watch real actors do a real series and they can get into some kind of gun battle and all of a sudden your television prompts you to pick up your controller and all of a sudden, you’re playing a first-person shooter.