Social networking giant Facebook broadcasted a very first of its kind form of multimedia production. It would be an immersive artificial intelligence (AI) part animated series, part television show, and part video game all in one. Named “Rival Peak,” it will air on the social network site itself for 12 weeks every day.
Last Wednesday, the multimedia demonstration began airing on Facebook. It contains 12 AI characters, who will then be the reality show participants.
They are set to take on what seems to be a type of rivalry added in the Survivor or Big Brother franchises’ thematic competitiveness based in the Pacific Northwest’s animated backdrop setting and atmosphere.
The viewers of the program, slash game, are all actual people, while the protagonists are all fictional and set on the game; audiences who use Facebook to track the development of the reality show’s whole length. The ride ahead of the AI characters turned competitors, and the consequence that will take place along the way might be impacted by the live audience and affected by it.
The live audience, who will participate in Facebook’s new feature, assigned such assignments, assignments and ambitions, and increasing progress or potential inability to meet that will have an effect on the characters themselves.
This is where the game’s social nature is greatly shown, because even though they are deemed external forces, the spectator still takes part in the game.
The live audience will even be allowed to pick and vote who would remain among the protagonists and who will be excluded from the rivalry between them. The removed ones would also play a role and part of the key plot and progression of the remaining quest of the living characters who will also be needed to finish while the journey continues through the route.
Behind the Scenes in Peak Truth
Genvid Technologies Inc., an organization renowned for its work in the creation of software tools specifically targeted at eSports immersive streaming, produced the series game show. The Oregon-based video game developer company Pipework Studios is working with Facebook on this initiative, which is known for its work on numerous reality game shows, such as Jeopardy! and the Fortune Wheel.
He said that if it were potentially something of a show-like forum or more of a video game-like initiative, the business and Competitor Peak developers and developers Genvid and Pipework will weigh in. According to him, how the viewer will respond and venture through the Facebook’s new series will be thoroughly shown as if they were interacting as a spectator or as a player.
American actor Will Wheaton, who is mainly regarded for his appearance in the Star Trek: The Next Century television series, will host Rival Peak. TableTop, which is accessible on YouTube, can display the board game.
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