Definitions for "Interactive Video"
The fusion of video and computer technology. It denotes a video program and a computer jointly operated under the user’s control. The interactive choices he makes influence the manner in which the program unfolds.
A combination of video and computer technology in which the user's actions, choices, and decisions affect the way in which the program unfolds.
An operating environment in which a video display system utilizing a computer and human input from a keyboard, touch sensitive screen or voice conduct a dialog; a mode of working in which there is a response to operator instructions as they are input.
A videodisk player controlled by a microcomputer.
use of a videodisk or CD-ROM that is controlled by a computer for an interactive education or entertainment program.
use of optical laser discs in activities which require different levels of interaction with hardware