UK movie audience gets wired into plot

Scientists premiere new kind of film that monitors audience's reactions and edits itself as it goes along.
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2013 10:48

The days of watching a movie and wishing it ended differently could soon be over.

Scientists at Plymouth University in the UK have just premiered a new kind of film, one that edits itself as it goes along.

It can tell how the audience is feeling because they are physically plugged into it.

Al Jazeera's Phil Lavelle reports from Plymouth.


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