Posted by: crudbasher | June 11, 2010

Web enabled TVs – Perfect for Education Content

When you look at what Google TV and Apple TV and everyone else wants to do, is put smarts and interactivity into your TV.  If you can search for video content and then associate it with Web 2.0 tools, then why can’t this be a method of educational content delivery? Somebody will jump into this market with both feet I bet.

Things be a changing me thinks!

  • Education content will be a natural on web enabled TVs

    tags: technology

    • Dubbed "Project Leap," the application lets you simply type in the name of a film and searches your local computers, attached storage, Amazon, Hulu and Netflix databases for a match, after which point you can play, add it to your queue, begin instant streaming or purchase (if need be). The program pulls up a widget-like selection of additional data as well, including Rotten Tomatoes reviews and YouTube trailers, and those who enjoy company with their digital celluloid will be happy to hear to hear Twitter, Fandango and live internet chat might make appearances as well.

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