[Webdoc/ Websérie] From barcode to optical fiber!

by bold-lichterman

A first interactive mobile webdoc and a web series promoting optical fiber and its uses… Details of today’s audiovisual innovations!

Webdoc Webserie From barcode to optical fiberArte and the National Canadian Film Board have teamed up to produce the web documentary ” Bar code“. Online from tomorrow, this interactive and original device produced by 25 filmmakers, offers to explore everyday objects through 100 short films (between 1 ′ and 1’30). Connected to the site or via an iPhone application, spectators are invited to scan with their iPhone the objects that surround them such as a packet of cigarettes, a can or even a book in order to launch and watch the corresponding film, available from the 100 films of the web documentary. Mobile and internet users can also enrich the system by sending, for example, photos of objects accompanied by their “experiences”. A community audiovisual experience in real time …

Webdoc Webserie From barcode to optical fiber
Ravayana in partnership with Orange, for its part launches a web series, called Tangeek comprising 12 episodes. The idea is to promote optical fiber and its advantages. Tangeek therefore stages Gaby, a housewife under 60, who after installing fiber optics at home, sees her son Ravana (name of a famous blogger) to squat his apartment and become a real “TangeeK”. The 1st episode of this webseries, co-written by Yves Lecordier and Rodolphe Renoncé, is already available on Dailymotion, Vimeo and Youtube.