MS Digital Arts students, Runi Goswami and Tim Tregubov, presented their thesis work at SIGGRAPH 2015 in LA. Titled "FrameShift: Shift Your Attention, Shift the Story", the project introduces a novel framework for graphic storytelling. It uses reader attention, as measured by eye-gaze fixation, to introduce subtle narrative and graphic changes and in turn change readers’ belief states over time. The thesis was advised by Professor Lorie Loeb, and was presented as both a Studio Talk and demoed in the poster session at SIGGRAPH.