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Case Study: Lost in Time - TV and mixed reality

CONTENT AND PRODUCTION
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14 Sep 2017
Hear from the producers and developers of the first ever entertainment format using Interactive mixed reality (IMR) on both TV and mobile devices. Norwegian format Lost in Time will push the boundaries of television as we know it by incorporating real-time special effects pioneered in The Matrix that bring a feature film experience to the TV. Lost in Time allows viewers to compete in the show to win prizes through an iOS or Android app in a blending of primetime TV and mobile entertainment.
Chairperson
Caroline Frost, Writer and Broadcaster on Entertainment, Media and Ethics
Speakers
Øystein Larsen, Vice President of Virtual - The Future Group
Petter Testmann-Koch, Managing Director - FremantleMedia Norge
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