interactive video


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interactive video

The use of CD-ROM or DVD controlled by computer for an interactive education or entertainment program. See CD-ROM and videodisc.
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Their proprietary next generation interactive video technology is the core of our new broadcast and cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products.
Over the course of 12 weeks, they'll build a ski town using an interactive video created for the hybrid course.
"Until now, they could watch interactive video on Android devices - but not on iPhones."
"This makes interactive video possible and - as we know - interactive video engages users," Damian continued.
Figures suggest that, by December 2016, some 75 per cent of all i-Device users will be using iOS10, so thats 100 million users now able to see interactive video.
Extended storylines for BerlinStation.com's interactive video were developed with show writers and new content was shot on set alongside the main production with access to crews, extras, props, wardrobe and other resources.
In recent years we have seen huge advances in technology and the impact it has had on making interactive video simpler to use and easier to engage with than ever before.
From Friday, American theatre designer, lighting designer and video artist Matt Kizer will be giving a four-day seminar on interactive video projections in the areas of theatre, dance and performing arts.
In a survey from video tech company Innovid, 55% of respondents said they've bought connected TV and 61% interactive video for clients, reports MediaPost.
Interactive video gives the audience more control over what's onscreen.
One of those ideas conies to life this month: an interactive video tour of our Manhattan Beach Idea House.
Interactive video isn't a new concept, but it is largely underutilized as a marketing tool despite the fact that it has been shown to drive engagement and conversion.

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