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Future of TV by Mind Map: Future of TV
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Future of TV

Published by Helen Baxter, Mohawk Media, NZ under a Creative Commons, Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike (BY-NC-SA) License. You can share, remix and republish this work for non commercial use, as long as you give attribution and publish using the same CC license.


Known as Star Wars Tech

Demoed - Japan 2009

No 3D glasses

Can move head around

NHK Japan 2016

Japan driven by bid for 2022 World Cup - football

Not on walls, more like large book on floor


Participatory Media

Online Identity

Cast your avatar in LOST Universe

Fan fiction


Firefly Browncoats

Star wars

Racting - The Diamond Age

"People watch stories not pictures"

3 interfaces

lean forward

Older audience, 44% over 35

Meta data across multiple channels

create tools not rules to drive behaviour

lean back

quick dip


Helen Baxter

Helen Baxter is MD of Mohawk Media, producer of the g33k show on Kiwi FM, Teaching Fellow at Victoria University and author of the MsBehaviour Files at the Big Idea.

Linked In:

Been publishing online since 1994

Mohawk Media

Virtual World, Radio NZ

People In Your Neighbourhood

Digital NZ

Creative Commons NZ


DJ / Creative ID, Twisted Radio, Blog

The MsBehaviour Files


business models lag behind tech

Embed sponsorship or product placement

More effective than pre-rolls or overlays

Create once - sell many times

Korea - grid delivery systems & P2P Distribution

Bandwidth increases the more download

Google TV

Entertainment hub, searches all channels

Apple TV


Wolphram Alpha

information ecosystems


Pico projectors

Haptic feedback

Tactial interfaces


Real Time Translation

Babelfish earpieces

Flexible screens

Home wall - organic LEDs, Cheaper than wall paper?

Contact lenses

Digital lenses can already zoom in

OLEDs need no backlighting

3d Autostereoscopic displays