Lifelike Experience for Companies + Consumers

By Kate

This 3 minute video explains what lifelike experience means. Note it’s not science fiction; this is happening already!

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What do you think?

Best,

Kate

P.S. You can read and watch examples of how companies are using this technology in our interactive online Contact Mag “Lifelike Experience” edition.




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8 responses to “Lifelike Experience for Companies + Consumers”

  1. David says:

    Any video that has a Jimi Hendrix reference is ok in my book!

    “have you every had a lifelike experience….we’ll I have”

    David

  2. Kate says:

    Txs David. Jimi forced his way into the video; that song haunted me until I wrote him into the script. ;-)

  3. Cliff says:

    Best explanation of Lifelike Experience I have seen. Will use this in upcoming demonstrations…thanks Kate.

  4. NCK says:

    Fabulous !. Simple, powerful,innovative way to explain life like experience. Its well done !

  5. Francois Bouffard says:

    Great !! I will certainly show it a lot. Also can wait to see the next video to be produced.

  6. Yaser says:

    spread spread spread!

  7. Bernie says:

    Fantastic video, fantastic explanation of Lifelike Experience, and a great synergy between this and the new Lifelike Experience edition of Contact mag!

  8. Anne says:

    I enjoyed the video very much! Nice idea to use paper (cut, crumpled, torn..) to speak about lifelike experience: I found it stronger than simple drawings.

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