Video Rewind: Video advertising goes interactive

We were pleased to see our first contest entry for The $1,000 Minute from Winnipeg-based Po-Motion Inc. and are tempted to set up the low-cost interactive video projector systems ourselves.

After all, the software and some content comes free of charge once you’ve got the hardware setup ready to go. But Po-Motion isn’t the first startup we’ve come across in the interactive projector business. We scoped Jonathan Ingham’s system at the Ryerson Digital Media Zone back in November 2010. Phosphorous Media Inc. is still stopping people in their tracks today.

A demonstration at Ryerson’s Digital Media Zone.

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