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Interactive videos & Hypervideos

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Interactive videos & Hypervideos

Interactive videos or hypervideos contain (moving) hotspots that users can click on to make anything happen inside the video. The object to be clicked on can be a person, object, product, or moving text/animation. The interactive videos runs on all mobile devices, tablets, computers, and even on touch screens (during events). Up to now, videos as a medium are very dumb. You can push play, stop, go forward and backward in time, and—hold on to your chair—if you get lucky you can even watch it in full-screen or in 4K. But that’s pretty much it. You click a button, sit back, watch, and...

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Pocket Supercomputer

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Pocket Supercomputer

Video-equipped cellphones offer limitless computing capabilities into mobile phones through low-latency streaming and real-time video analysis. Combined with augmented reality this provides users real-time information, translations, ratings, and videos of the products filmed by the mobile device. Two patents were filed and there was extensive international media coverage. This technology, founded by Fredrik Linaker, offers a simple way to find useful information about the surrounding world using any ordinary 3G cellphone equipped with a video camera. The prototype system, dubbed the Pocket...

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