We all know when someone makes eye contact with us. It is a moment of dramatic value. We also recognise when people make eye contact with us, look away and then make eye contact again. Its an essential part of communication. And yet, it is lost in standard interviews.
To restore the authenticity of face-to-face communication in a filmed interview we use the interrotron, a device invented by the Oscar-winning film director Errol Morris.
The interrotron enables the interviewer and the interviewee to talk directly, while capturing the authenticity of this face-to-face communication on camera.
We use the interrotron for interviews, CEO speeches, sales pitches and presentations.
People love the Interrotron and the results speak for themselves.