The Tribeca Film Festival is that electrifying time of year when Hollywood’s elite gather in New York City for worldwide premieres, talks from the greatest in the game on what’s ahead for the entertainment industry and one or two cocktails for good measure.
Holy smokes! We’ve only just gone and been shortlisted by Campaign Magazine for their Technology Company of the Year Award.
It’s that time of year again - Austin, Texas opens its arms to tech wizards from all over the globe at this year’s SXSW Festival. The best place on earth for the data savvy to get their scientific know how, and join in all of the most innovative conversations. We wouldn’t miss it for the world.
Now, this won’t be the first blog post you’ve seen about the merits of interactive video, and it certainly won’t be the last. 2018 is set to be the year that interactive video really comes of age.
At WIREWAX, we believe that telling better stories in online content increasingly requires the adoption of new technology and correspondingly innovative creative thinking.
Mobile video has come a long way since 2006 with an even longer journey ahead to deliver the perfect user experience. WIREWAX has accepted this challenge.
WIREWAX goes above and beyond to deliver an exceptional interactive experience for a unique campaign for FX's American Horror Story.
While WIREWAX has one of the world’s most robust and accurate motion tracking engines, there are rare occasions when the tracked motion of a person or object needs to be manually corrected.
Rather nonchalantly, we’ve rarely put ourselves forward for awards, but here at WIREWAX we’ve never been shy of welcoming in another win.
Since the beginning of WIREWAX, our mission has always been to build an environment where creating interactive videos is friction-free, fast and for all; for that reason we’ve gone above and beyond.
I remember the first time I saw a Gameboy: it was so surprising that I could hold it in my hands. Then, little by little, lots of new consoles came out: Nintendo, Lynx, PlayStation...
Over the last 5 years, I’ve been speaking about WIREWAX at more events than I can remember; Brightcove PLAY, NYTM, WIRED, SXSW to name but a few, but the ones that always stick in my mind are those organized by the great people over at Decoded Fashion.
Those of you with rose tinted sunglasses may not have noticed the rose pink announcement bar at the top of the website for the last week. It’s been alerting the world to the first interactive 360º video for Berlin Station.
Spherical videos or ‘360º videos’, as they’re also known, are nothing new, they’ve been around for many years now but they’ve always been costly and fiddly to produce.
This month, Demand Metric released a Brightcove-sponsored report on interactive video, with participation from our interactive video partners and customers.