Technicolor’s “MediaEcho” Two-Screen Sync

Technicolor announced today a new service, called MediaEcho, that syncs online content with movies on TV. The technology uses inaudible audio signals  to sync up related contented from the Internet. The system works with Blu-ray discs, as well as  live or VOD TV signals. According to Technicolor’s press release, “MediaEcho synchronizes a wealth of content […]

By Cliff Roth

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Video/Imaging DesignWire
(11/8/2011 1:58:56 PM)

Technicolor announced today a new service, called MediaEcho, that syncs online content with movies on TV. The technology uses inaudible audio signals  to sync up related contented from the Internet. The system works with Blu-ray discs, as well as  live or VOD TV signals.

According to Technicolor’s press release, “MediaEcho synchronizes a wealth of content such as cast, crew and production information, historical facts, audio and video onto a tablet device that allows viewers to deepen their engagement with the program without cluttering the main screen.”  Apps for iPad and Android tablet platforms are available.



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