About ScreenReach

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ScreenReach is the next generation in presentation and interaction technology allowing real-time delivery of media content to a mobile phone (or any smart device) via any digital display (TV, outdoor advertising, pc, kiosk etc).
It allows the user to interact with that content in completely new and unique ways.  Service providers can engage and interact with their customers instantly and intelligently, to profile those customers, to evoke buying behaviour, raise brand awareness and to reward those customers for interacting with their content.
My notes: if this does what I think it does, it could completely change the way that we interact with screens – TVs, display screens, computers, using our mobile phones almost like WII controllers. It’s possibilities are endless, and very, very exciting!

Screen Reach profile on CrunchBase: http://www.crunchbase.com/company/screenreach-2

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3 Comments

  • By aston dewar, August 22, 2010 @ 6:03 pm

    i just downloaded the screen reach app on my wildfire and it asks for a screen code where do i find the code and what exactly is the point in the app please reply im confused

  • By claireatwaves, August 22, 2010 @ 10:04 pm

    I can’t download the app to check, so I’ve forwarded the link with your query to Screenreach for a response. Sorry not to be able to help more immediately.

  • By Paul Rawlings, August 22, 2010 @ 11:40 pm

    Aston,

    ScreenReach creates experiences with content in locations. We currently have an experience live in a museum in leeds so when you walk around the museum you can use screenreach to view media information about the exhibityou are looking at.

    We are launching in the next few weeks more experiences that will allow you to interact with games and other experiences in locations around the UK and abroad

    Hope that helps
    Paul (ScreenReach Founder)

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