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H04N 21/8545 - Content authoring for generating interactive applications 3
H04N 21/8541 - Content authoring involving branching, e.g. to different story endings 2
H04N 21/222 - Secondary servers, e.g. proxy server or cable television Head-end 1
H04N 21/27 - Server based end-user applications 1
H04N 21/4788 - Supplemental services, e.g. displaying phone caller identification or shopping application communicating with other users, e.g. chatting 1
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USER INTERFACE ELEMENTS FOR CONTENT SELECTION IN 360 VIDEO NARRATIVE PRESENTATIONS

      
Application Number US2019054296
Publication Number 2020/072648
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-10-02
Publication Date 2020-04-09
Owner PODOP, INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Dedual, Nicolas
  • Popple, Ulysses
  • Soderbergh, Steven
  • Solomon, Edward James

Abstract

e.ge.g., colors). The narrative prompts may be overlaid or combined with a presentation of the underlying narrative (primary content). The visually distinct characteristic can map to respective actions.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H04N 21/8541 - Content authoring involving branching, e.g. to different story endings
  • H04N 21/8545 - Content authoring for generating interactive applications
  • H04N 21/81 - Monomedia components thereof

2.

SYSTEMS AND METHODS TO REPLICATE NARRATIVE CHARACTER'S SOCIAL MEDIA PRESENCE FOR ACCESS BY CONTENT CONSUMERS OF THE NARRATIVE PRESENTATION

      
Application Number US2019032264
Publication Number 2019/222247
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-05-14
Publication Date 2019-11-21
Owner PODOP INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Coughlin, Samantha Grace
  • Castillo, Jose Raul
  • Dedual, Nicolas
  • Chung, Derek H.B.
  • Huynh, Christina
  • Brinkley, Jared Michael

Abstract

A content distribution system provides access to supplemental content (e.g., social media shares attributable to characters) based on progress of a content consumer in a narrative presentation. The narrative presentation comprises a set of narrative segments that the content consumer may experience using a set of instructions stored on a content consumer device. The content distribution system may determine a current point in time of the content consumer in experiencing the narrative presentation and, as a result of the current point determined, provide access to supplemental content related to the narrative presentation. The supplemental content to which the content consumer is provided access may include a social media instance comprised of social media content. The composition of the social media instance may be based at least in part on the current point in time of the content consumer in experiencing the narrative presentation.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H04N 21/8545 - Content authoring for generating interactive applications
  • H04N 21/222 - Secondary servers, e.g. proxy server or cable television Head-end
  • H04N 21/27 - Server based end-user applications
  • H04N 21/4788 - Supplemental services, e.g. displaying phone caller identification or shopping application communicating with other users, e.g. chatting

3.

USER INTERFACE ELEMENTS FOR CONTENT SELECTION IN MEDIA NARRATIVE PRESENTATION

      
Application Number US2019020422
Publication Number 2019/169344
Status In Force
Filing Date 2019-03-01
Publication Date 2019-09-06
Owner PODOP, INC. (USA)
Inventor
  • Soderbergh, Steven Andrew
  • Dedual, Nicolas
  • Castillo, Jose Raul
  • Chung, Derek H.B.
  • Sack, Adrian
  • Keesan, Matthew

Abstract

An interactive narrative presentation includes a plurality of narrative segments, with a variety of available media content consumer selectable paths or directions, typically specified by a director or editor. The content consumer can select a path or path segment at each of a number of points, e.g., decision points, in the narrative presentation via user interface elements or narrative prompts, providing the consumer the opportunity to follow a storyline they find interesting. Each consumer follows a "personalized" path through the narrative. The narrative prompts can include images from subsequent segments, may be generated to stylistically resemble the underlying narrative presentation, may be animated to move with or with respect to the underlying narrative presentation, and, or may be presented in overlaid with a presentation of the underlying narrative while the underlying narrative continues play.

IPC Classes  ?

  • H04N 21/8541 - Content authoring involving branching, e.g. to different story endings
  • H04N 21/8545 - Content authoring for generating interactive applications
  • H04N 21/8543 - Content authoring using a description language, e.g. MHEG [Multimedia and Hypermedia information coding Expert Group] or XML [eXtensible Markup Language]