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The First Interactive Horror Movie

I came across this on StumbleUpon today and thought it  was pretty neat.

“Last Call” is a German movie developed by the company 13th Street.  It is an interactive horror film where the main character calls a random audience member for help. How does it work? The audience members supply their cell phone numbers before the movie begins, and at some point during the movie one phone number is selected to receive a call from the character on the screen. The character is able to take instructions due to voice recognition software that listens for the commands and the story unravels based on these instructions.

The inspiration behind the movie was the notion that moviegoers have always tried to help the protagonist by yelling “run!”, “hide!”, “look behind you!” and this new development lets them do just that. Take a look at the video to learn more:

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