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Over the years, we’ve been experimenting with the possibilities of combining storytelling and mixed reality elements. Here are some projects, tutorials or videos that show how Conducttr blends the digital with the physical.

Voice assistants

Create an Alexa skill that will trigger Conducttr and request information

How to create your Alexa Skill


Virtual reality

“Meet Lucy” is a VR experience that adapts the story depending on the prior interaction with characters in social media

Learn more about “Meet Lucy”


Buttons

Create physical triggers for any project using AWS buttons, that identify single, double and long clicks

Set up your AWS button


Lighting

Home automation can be used creatively for storytelling. Philips Hue is just an example on how lights can enhance your project.

See how Conducttr controls Philips Hue


Sockets

Connect your story to the physical space having Conducttr control SMS or Wifi sockets.

See SMS sockets in action


Bluetooth beacons

Beacons detect the position of certain devices and trigger contents for your story

See how beacons are used in military training


Arduino

Raspberry Pi and Arduino can communicate with the Conducttr engine using our Open API.

See how an Scalextric is moved by online conversation


NFC tags

Stickers with NFC tag can convert any object in the digital space into triggers for your story.

Get inspired with NFC cards used for wargaming
Make your book or comic interactive through NFC scanning


Location-based

Your story can move forward when your audience is located in a specific place. Trigger using matchwords, QR codes or NFC tags.

Learn how to build a scavenger hunt


Phone numbers

Integrate SMS and real phone calls into your story, to personalize the story to the individual

Try a branching video story using SMS and calls
Experience a survival game on SMS


For everything else… API

Wearables, DIY projects and integration with other platforms can be achieved by Conducttr API methods and actions.

Check out documentation on Conducttr 1.2

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