Wednesday, 30 Jun, 2010 Offbeat

World's First Interactive Horror Movie Allows Viewers to Help the Main Character


If you like this invention you can vote for it here.Last Call is an interactive movie presented by the German horror channel 13th Street, which is owned by NBC Universal. Recently this interactive movie was awarded with one of the top prizes at the Cannes Lions, being the world's first interactive horror.

Those who received a special flyer were asked to write their details, including the number of their cell phone, on a card. The number was then introduced into a speed-dial database.

The last step was the movie itself. While the people were watching it, the database selected one cell number and called it. After answering the phone call, the viewer received the opportunity to help the main character of the movie with directions, telling her which way to go and what to do next.

Make sure to watch the video below to get a better understanding of how the system works.

More information is available here.

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//1 Sep 14, 2010 04:09 AM | posted by: daniel lumbay

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