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“Reel” life, or what is more commonly known as a “video”, is something intangible – you can’t really see how it would react to “real” touch, how it would interact with you in real life. You can use video editing software to program some pre-built movements into the video, but these wouldn’t be “live”.

But a new development, based off a PhD dissertation from MIT, allows one to interact with videos like never before. See the following, non-interactive video for more details:

Site: interactivedynamicvideo.com