May 02, 2011 19:21 ET

Simbioz Spices Up Radio Canada's Election Coverage Through Touchless Interactivity

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - May 2, 2011) - On March, 2011, Simbioz was proudly selected by Radio Canada to be their interactive technology provider for the broadcast of the 2011 elections. Radio Canada was looking for an interactive solution that would allow their news correspondents to deliver an innovative new experience for their viewers, and Simbioz TV was the optimal choice.

Simbioz TV allowed Radio Canada's commentators to use natural hand gestures to display the election results for any Canadian riding in real-time. Through advanced computer vision, Simbioz delivered the exciting Touchless experience popularized by Microsoft's Kinect® with the remarkable precision of a touchscreen.

By giving presenters the ability to accurately control the content on the screens through simple hand gestures; they are better equipped to convey their message in a natural and seamless way, soon making Simbioz TV an essential tool for the broadcast industry.

About Simbioz:

Simbioz is a Montreal-based company that delivers highly engaging Touchless screens across the globe. Simbioz's technology captivates consumers and enables businesses to engage and connect with them, boosting sales, margins, and customer loyalty.

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