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  • With Hykoo, You Can Combine Video And Text To Create 12-Second Short Films

    With Hykoo, You Can Combine Video And Text To Create 12-Second Short Films

    Despite all the mobile video apps out there, Gary Krieg said there’s still something missing — a need he’s trying to fill with his new app Hykoo. See, Vine has created its own set of stars, and Meerkat and Periscope offer new platforms for livestreaming, but Krieg pitched Hykoo as an attempt to build an Instagram for video (which, yes, Instagram itself is also doing ). Read More

  • Interlude’s Parallel Video Feature Gives You A Cool Way To Combine Clips, Channel Surfing Style

    Interlude’s Parallel Video Feature Gives You A Cool Way To Combine Clips, Channel Surfing Style

    Hey, remember that interactive video for Bob Dylan’s “Like A Rolling Stone” that came out last fall? You know, the one that allowed you to switch between 16 faux TV channels on the fly, each of them lip syncing to what is arguably the greatest song of all-time? Well, Interlude, the startup that created the technology behind the Dylan video, is now making these… Read More

  • Interlude Lets You, The Viewer, Decide The Outcome Of A Video With Treehouse Launch

    Interlude Lets You, The Viewer, Decide The Outcome Of A Video With Treehouse Launch

    If you have a human, emotional heart, chances are you’ve felt an intense longing to change the outcome of a movie or TV show. When Ned Stark is up on that platform, with King Joffrey ordering his death, I’ll bet you wanted to grab the remote and magically command the television to let him live. I can’t tell you how many times I hoped against hope that Jack would live through… Read More

  • Fun To Play: We The Kings’ New Interactive Music Video

    Fun To Play: We The Kings’ New Interactive Music Video

    American pop band We The Kings, or rather their record label S-Curve, have teamed up with Israeli startup Interlude (earlier coverage) to produce a fancy interactive video that blends familiar gameplay with video sequences and god-awful music (sorry, We The Kings aficionados). The “Say You Like Me” video was released yesterday on Vevo, and you should really check it out. Not… Read More

  • Interlude, S-Curve, And VEVO Team To Launch Ridiculously Engaging Interactive Music Video

    Interlude, S-Curve, And VEVO Team To Launch Ridiculously Engaging Interactive Music Video

    Head to leading music video portal VEVO this morning and you’re going to see something that’s quite out of the ordinary: a new music video starring Andy Grammer that puts you in the director’s chair. Hit ‘play’ and things will start simply enough, with Grammer walking down an alley as he croons toward the camera. But after a few moments you’ll see a… Read More

  • Interlude Makes Videos Truly Interactive

    Apparently musician Yoni Bloch is, besides a really nice guy, something of a celebrity here in Israel. He’s also very much a geek, and the combination of both passions led to a startup called Interlude. The central part of the business can be essentially summarized as ‘choose your own adventure’ technology for online videos. During an interview I had with Bloch and his… Read More

  • HTC trademarks five names, get ready for more devices

    HTC has a long history of naming its devices after a strong noun. There was previously the Excalibur, Cavalier, Blackstone, Apache, Prophet, and more recently, the Hero. Well, get ready for five more devices that follow the same naming scheme after the jump. Read More