The interactive graphics offers captivate and engage your viewers by controlling and directing content in real time on a touchscreen, video wall, or other input device. With Interact, you can manipulate and interact with onscreen objects and trigger events to enhance sports programs, elections, morning shows, weather segments, and news presentations. And because it supports single, dual and multi-touch displays from a variety of manufacturers, you can choose the device that best suits your production’s style and budget.
Rotate, scale, move, drag, tap, hold, draw on, and highlight content in unlimited ways using a variety of gestures. Further your story by touching objects on screen and triggering events, such as playing a video or pulling up new content. Plus, any onscreen element can display visual feedback when activated, such as changing color or flashing, depending on the context of your scene. The interactive elements can also possess physical properties, such as mass and inertia, giving a new level of realism to the interactive graphics.
Easily define which elements in your scene you want to make interactive and the type of interaction allowed, whether displayed on a real screen or as virtual objects in your studio. You can even turn an existing template interactive in minutes. Once set, a graphic object can respond to your taps and holds. You can also update the content with new data, transition to a different menu item, or draw on screen. You can even have the graphics display in different states according to where you or the presenter is standing during the production, freeing you to tell the story.
Enhance your productions with content from any website using the Interact web browser. While on air, you can display and interact with live webpages, including those on Facebook, YouTube, news sites, and more. And it works with all Windowsbased browsers.
- Interact directly with graphic elements
- Integrate live web content
- Make studios and walls interactive
- Get freedom of movement with iPad
- Add realism to your design
- Integrate with real and virtual studios
- Maintain discrete outputs
- Work with an array of displays