Android App That Compares Your Sentiment Nationwide During the State of The Union Address
Jan 25, 2011 9:59 AM –
No it’s not a drinking game app and getting totally wasted on former President Bush’s terms are not the point here. KeyesLabs, makers of Screebl app, launched a new Android app State of the Union – 2011 as an experiment in the integration of TV and mobile computing. The app is intended to be used while watching the annual State of the Union Address. While users are watching, they can register their sentiment about what they are seeing and can see what other users are feeling as well. Additionally, there will be “factoids” delivered to the app during the course of the speech that are contextually relevant to what the President is covering. If Google TV or other Internet connected TV’s had this real-time rating and comparison capability, I see this technology can be useful going forward. KeyesLabs will follow up with overall statistics of the project and we’ll share them later. In the meantime if you wish to participate download the app using convenient tools below:
State of the Union - 2011
Watch the 2011 U.S. State of the Union Address like you’ve never watched it before! This app is a large-scale experiment in the integration of TV and mobile computing. This app is intended for use DURING THE 2011 ADDRESS, but is fully functional now. You will be able to register your sentiment and see how it compares to other viewers in real time. Also, expect relevant facts related to what is being discussed to be pushed to your phone or tablet.