The team at bTween 3D, an event in London in July, are curating a series of blog posts and videos from various people in the technology scene about the idea of 3D media. No, not the kind you have to watch through special glasses, but immersive and interactive media – from games to web to augmented reality.

I was very kindly asked to contribute, and in my piece, I managed to get references in to James Burke, Channel 4 Education’s excellent slate of award-winning games and Such Tweet Sorrow, a Twitter re-telling of Romeo and Juliette from Mudlark and the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Read the blog post and watch the vid: