Video research innovator Voxpopme today launched a new app to help researchers capture video feedback in-field without an internet connection, using mobile or tablet devices.
US — Lightspeed has launched Video Answers, which offers the ability to capture and analyse video open ends as part of survey research, in the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Birmingham, UK & Boston, MA – January 9, 2017 – Video insight specialist Voxpopme has partnered with the global leader in emotion recognition software, Affectiva.
Affectiva's Emotion AI will be integrated into the Voxpopme platform to enable the meticulous analysis of facial expressions within video feedback, instantly coding it into powerful emotion data. The integration means researchers using Voxpopme’s video insight platform will be able to accurately measure and quantify human expressions of emotion in new and existing video feedback.
2016 was a huge year for market research with the industry going through a dynamic shift in its approach to tech innovations. Emerging methods rose to prominence as we witnessed faster adoption of an array of new software platforms and techniques.
Greater adoption lead to an exciting year for tech-based video research and, consequently, Voxpopme. The latter was thanks to our awesome clients and many other supporters from the world of research.
As quick thanks for your support, our marketing team has wrapped up our most popular content from 2016 in one single blog post (so you don't have to trawl through the email archives early Jan).
Wishing you a Merry Christmas from everyone at Voxpopme!
Thanks for all of your support this year. It's been an incredible 12 months at Voxpopme as we've had the opportunity to release a host of new features, opened our new office in Salt Lake City and grown to 30 people across the US, UK and APAC.
It genuinely wouldn't be possible without our awesome clients and many other supporters in the world of Market Research.
We hope your holidays will be filled with joy and we look forward to working with you in 2017!
It's back! Our annual Market Research Events Guide for 2017 is now live.
After last year's viral success, we've gone bigger and better for this year's ultimate mrx guide.
Wednesday 16 November 2016KPMG has announced the Midlands finalist of its Best British Mobile Startup 2017 competition, with local video insight specialist company, Voxpopme, taking the gong.
12 startups from across the region went head to head at the professional service firm’s One Snowhill office in Birmingham, each competing for the chance to win a trip to Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona.
The end is near. It’s been an arduous 18 months of campaigning, debates, rallies and ensuing political arguments between strangers across the US.
However, one thing really stands out - there remains a mixture of confused emotions in the air as Americans congregate in polling stations for the most decisive part of the campaign. Fueled by immigration policies, the importance of globalisation, healthcare concerns, economic uncertainty and countless scandals, US citizens have rarely been embroiled in such a chaotic presidential race.
As researchers, we're all aware of the unprecedented research opportunities video provides. We know it offers unrivalled access to the lives of consumers and unmatched impact when presented.
However, for far too long, video has been cumbersome and burdened with numerous barriers including costly recording, painstaking analysis and difficult dissemination. Fortunately, technology and video have collided to expand the possibilities of this influential tool.
To analyse this evolution, the infographic below pits old video and new video up against each other in the ultimate video showdown. Check it out to see how the two compare:
Video, after video, after video. We are now consuming more video content than any other medium on the internet. We’re enjoying video so much that Cisco has predicted by 2019, online video will be responsible for 80% of global Internet traffic.
And this prediction is backed up by claims made by social media giant, Facebook, stating users are currently consuming more than 100 million videos per day!
But why video? What makes video the king of all content?