We live in a two-way interactive connected world, yet we spend 4-10 hours a day watching TV shows, movies, and YouTube videos that we can only listen and watch.
The images of clothing articles, accessories, products, appliances, and furniture all have detailed information about them on the internet, but they're not connected.
Enter WITNET What Is That... with a touch
Nielsen's latest Total Audience Report says U.S. adults average 5.24 hours every day watching video (TV, computer, tablet, and smartphone).
88% of us use our smartphone some, most, or all the time we're watching TV,
71% of the time to look up content about what we're watching.
The WITNET app being developed by WIT1 will allow Viewers to access exact information about anything you see in seconds, simply by touching. No typing out words trying to describe what you're looking for, only to quit out of frustration when you don't even get close. Text-based internet and search tools were not created to recognize images.
How can WITNET connect so many item images to precise information and resources?
By engaging the world.
We partner with an outside network of the smartest, most diverse, independent and unstoppable global workforce possible. Technology alone, at this time, can only identify a tiny number of items (comparatively), with few companies focused on video.
But, put today's technology in the hands of many individuals, and the world can identity and connect everything Viewers value, creating an invaluable utility
for a video hungry society.
Why would people contribute their time and knowledge to help WIT1 create WITNET?
WITNET is made possible by a collective of individuals, each who has contributed one or more connections to WITNET. Each contribution provides the contributor a fractional ownership in WITNET and allows them to share in any of the revenue generated from any of their contributions.
Think Wikipedia, but our contributors gain recurring income for their efforts.
For many, that income will be life-changing.
Do you have 1st-hand knowledge of items used in a TV show episode or movie: costume/set design, part of the resource group, involved with production, work for the manufacturer of the clothing, accessories, products, appliances, or furniture used?
Or, you don't have 1st-hand knowledge, but you do you like using your investigative search skills to find things you and your friends see on TV show episodes and movies?
Then you have the potential of creating a substantial recurring income stream for yourself by contributing to WITNET.
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