Looking for something to do this weekend with your iPhone, besides playing Angry Birds? Go download the “Songbird”:http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/songbird-story/id520417453?mt=8 app onto your iPhone, head down to the Esplanade Park and experience something new at the “Singapore Arts Festival 2012″:http://www.singaporeartsfest.com/event/open-studio-2012-featuring-songbird/.
So what’s “Songbird”:http://hellosongbird.com/?
bq. Making its debut at the “Singapore Arts Festival 2012″:http://www.singaporeartsfest.com/event/open-studio-2012-featuring-songbird/, “Songbird”:http://www.hellosongbird.com/ is the nation’s first iPhone-based
narrative journey that is set to take storytelling to new heights. Through film, technology, and
music, audience members are plunged headfirst into a tale of deceit, aspiration, obsession and
With the aid of QR codes and GPS triggers and the Songbird app on the iPhone, you get to experience, interact and help shape the story, as you tour around the Esplanade Park. The 60 minute adventure, will start every 10 minutes from 4pm to 9.30pm, starting 24^th^ May and ends on 27th May, Sunday. To book your spot, you’ll need to download the app and make the free reservation.
Produced by Singapore collective Studio Now & Then and directed by “Tara Tan”:http://tara-tan.com/ and the Songbird app is produced by local firm “Tinkertanker”:http://tinkertanker.com/.
To get a taste of what to expect, have a look at the MTV of Maybe, by Songbird.