It looks like it won’t be long before Xbox Live users will be enjoying Microsoft original interactive TV content. GigaOM’s Janko Roettgers reports that at All Things Digital’s Dive into Media conference, Microsoft’s Entertainment and digital media President, Nancy Tellem, announced that the company is working on producing its own premium interactive TV shows by the end of this year.
The job market is pretty tough these days, but recent Digital Media Communications grad Sander Saar is looking to stand out from the competition with a Kickstarter-inspired online video resume. Sander has launched an interactive online video campaign at hire.sandersaar.com, with a Kickstarter look and feel and he tells us the response has been amazing.
Remember the awesome Tipp-Ex ‘Hunter Shoots a Bear’ interactive YouTube campaign that went viral back in Fall of September 2010 for letting viewers make the hunter to everything from dance with a bear to hug a bear, sing to a bear and even…hump a bear (seriously)? Well folks, hold on to your seats because Tipp-Ex is back with a sequel!
2011 was huge for tech, from startup news to massive IPOs, cool new gadgets and more. Online course platform Udemy has put together an awesome interactive infographic that covers all the big tech and startup news of the past year. They’re calling it ‘2011: A Techrospective.’
State Farm Insurance swears by the motto, “When the unexpected happens, State Farm has you covered,” and they’re giving you a taste of “the unexpected” in a crazy new interactive video campaign in which they blow up your house.
Viewbix, a new online video startup that lets you add interactive apps to any video (YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook), is helping to solve the issue of online video ROI, engaging viewers and driving calls-to-action through a variety of apps that get added directly to your video player.
A fun new interactive video campaign from Danish bus company Movia shows us what we really look like when we’re drunk.
Saved By The Bell fans, get ready to flip out because an awesome new interactive game has just hit YouTube, starring your favorite 90s crew—Zack, Jessie, Kelly, Screech and Slater.
OK Go seems to get more creative with each and every music video they put out. They’ve danced on treadmills, created an epic Rube Goldberg machine, choreographed dogs and even animated toast. Their latest viral music video masterpiece takes things to a whole new level, incorporating HTML5 to create an interactive viewing experience.
Besides serving as a personal museum, Mine.co allows members to catalog their collections. They can even meet and network with other collectors. The idea is to buy, sell, trade and even brag a little or offer advice though personal blogs.