Dialable is a suite of technologies which allows the public to control big-screen content with simple cellphone interaction. Growing out of thesis work at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, it is a project by Daniel Liss.
Version City is the first piece made with these technologies, an example of user-controlled cinema.
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What is it? Version City is a work of interactive cinema for public big screens. How do people play with it? The technology, completely invisible to the user, allows passersby to control the action up on the screen by using the keypad of their cellphones. According to these key-presses, the film unfolds through a binary [...]