Future Storyboard

The storyboarding process, in the form it is known today, was developed at Walt Disney Productions during the early 1930s, after several years of similar processes being in use at Walt Disney and other animation studios.

It was adapted for live action films in the 1940s and evolved for use in software products in the 1980s.

Whether done as hand-drawn storyboards, or using a range of incredible technologies we have now, including Virtual Reality, we in the Limitless Group network stand on the shoulders of giants because the rich variety of story sources for flourishing futures are channelled through a Future Storyboard group genius process that emerges stories for “Maximum Viable Futures”.

These storyboards are produced at a fraction of the full project production costs and are able to provide valuable “pre-preview” test screenings/showings of various forms of creative output, across the entire spectrum of human activity that is enriched by the power of story.

Multiple “split testing” using the Future Storyboard process, co-designed with producers and users of creative output, all to increase the success rates of those projects chosen to go into full production.

Great stories for great futures…

More to come…