Interactive videos and content

e-Learning – with video based modules

The e-training for tomorrow (etft) website that we designed and built for the NHS has been growing steadily for a number of years. We create additional interactive content based modules each year.

Its principal role is to help train the assessors and supervisors of foundation doctors and pharmacists in hospitals and general practice. It is considered to be a leading online resource for this purpose in the country.

Each course module contains a set of short videos, with a self-assessment at the end of each one. The successful completion of a module results in a Certificate of Qualification.

Working with NHS project leaders in the Kent, Surrey and Sussex deanery, we film and edit the videos, create subtitled and slide show versions, and then install them on the website. The site integrates with a database which we also maintain.

Visit the website: http://www.etft.co.uk

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Content for touch screens

Interactive Content touch screens are ideal for retail stores, exhibitions and public places – for promoting, explaining or gathering information from visitors. We design the interface and create the content – including text, graphics, images, and videos. We can also integrate a remote content uploading system.

Presentations

An interactive presentation delivered on a disc or memory stick (through the mail or in a hand out) is a brilliant way of reaching a specific audience with important information tailored to them: for example, to promote a special service to your customers or to induct and train employees.

We will design and build your presentation so that it delivers the information through a menu of chapters containing, for example, text, photos, video, diagrams or downloadable documents. We can also incorporate tests, questionnaires and feedback forms.

We can also design the packaging, and manage the duplication and mail-outs.

Please contact us to see examples

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Virtual Assistant

Sightline produced the first Virtual Assistant video for Luton Airport – for advising and helping passengers pass through security more quickly and easily.

Virtual Assistants are excellent for announcing important messages repeatedly and consistently to customers, visitors and passersby. We film a video of the assistant talking to the camera. Then it is back-projected onto a thin acrylic full size cut-out of the assistant’s body, and their voice is played through speakers directly behind the cut-out to give the effect of a talking assistant.

Luton Airport’s virtual assistants Holly and Graham were positioned at the entrance to security check-in, where they announced important information about what to do when passing through security, including the restrictions on what liquids can be taken on board the aircraft. Holly and Graham have since been replaced with new Virtual Assistants.

We have also produced virtual assistant videos for Heathrow Airport Limited, Birmingham Airport, London City Airport, and various exhibitions around the UK.

As well as filming the video, we can manage the installation of the whole Virtual Assistant package.

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