Description: This passage is mainly about natgeotv activate. Here’s a first look at some of the interactive techniques used in some new TV programming, which can help the family and friends get together.
This is Dave from Microsoft, and I’m sorry for your name and he’ll exploit, and Kim works on this project, this is Kim, this is Dave, and we’re watching TV, but this is special TV, this is connect TV, and you’re one of the designers on this, so my first question is what’s going on.
Now we’re fast forwarding, you have the controller, so half an hour, there are things such as photos, that sounds great, I appreciate it the first interaction with which are codified track, you don’t develop skills, he’s going to do here, he’s going to trigger a side track with.
It’s a boy song called Yesterday belonging to Justin, there are about eight games here, but the idea is that Casey is testing the kids in their family who are watching the show to pay attention to some of the stuff, he’s talking about when they see these side tracks.
He’s going to test what your side is to pay attention to it, I bet you already know a little bit about pirates, all of a sudden, everyone is not quite narrative that we have written in, it is a popular belief, so what’s going on here Dave? So the objective here is that Casey’s given him two options, this one is an owl at night.
When do they do their calls? It is easier, so now based on the response, he’s going to use this as a teaching moment and highlight, what has he been talking about in the episodes? It depends on what our choices are. It will impact the lesson that he gives us.
Are you a naturalist? so we’re going to have Tim fast-forward, there are a couple of other side tracks here, but we want to pass forward to one of the other interactive moments, which is calling the wild, and this is Casey’s concepts of putting you in the shoes.
In this case, the feathers of the animals that are about this particular one, which is going to be around. How mothers protect their owls? what’s going on? Baby owls take their parents busy with their constant evenings.
Now it’s your turn, put your new peaks to good use, by being your nest upon your helmets, this neck gets out of the air even the briquette, put it back in his eyes for a low fee, stand up, so Kim and I are going to transform into owls seriously.
We are all ready, so we wait to that, there are 30 crickets, it is a lot better in this, I will give it an hour. I’m seeing you Dave in a whole new life, I have the Alabama, so you’ll notice that there we earn some points, she is to earn points towards our Explorer badge.
So throughout the show, Casey is going to put us in these interactive sessions, either testing our knowledge or having us act out what’s in the show, and all these points accrue to our Explorer status, so we can become a naturalist who is like Casey during the shot.
There are multiple examples of those little segments later in the show, where he talks about how mothers protect their young, and there’s game which we have to protect our young in the next, so if you want to comment how it would feel in the end, the floors are collaborative, it’s a family game, so and that’s the way how we get together, so this is called Nat Geo TV, which runs on connect, it’s coming this back-to-school time.
So you should expect this come in September, and you’re going to be able to get it through xbox live, and it means as well individual episodes or bundles together, which is going to be fun, thank you so much for the preview of Nat Geo TV, and it’s nice in progress, since it is our pleasure if you enjoy it.