Should TV be interactive? (Read for yes, skip for no)4 min read 28 Jul 2017, 12:16 PM IST
As Netflix debuts interactive content for kids, the possibilities for similar treatment of your favourite shows seem delicious
Last month, Netflix debuted some original content two years in the making. This was accompanied by uncharacteristically little fanfare. An extension of DreamWorks’ animation Puss In Boots series—originally voiced by Antonio Banderas—the film is called Puss In Book, where the cat in shoes finds himself trapped within a book. The twist here is that the viewer gets to choose what happens next—whether Puss has to fight a god or fight a tree, for instance—and the story proceeds based on where you click.