There are so many ways to use CameraTag it can be overwhelming. We wanted to share a few of our favorites CameraTag uses to get your creative juices flowing. The limit is your imagination.
When the White House wanted to capture the wide-reaching effects of the US opioid epidemic they turned to CameraTag. Hundreds of Americans have shared their story about how opioids have effected thier lives and the lives of their loved ones on https://www.crisisnextdoor.gov/
Toys R Us wanted to get into the holiday spirit by giving away toys to deserving boys and girls. CameraTag helped them capture the wishes of hundreds of boys and girls and deliver a bit of holiday joy.
The Huffington Post wanted to bring their users closer to the news. Armed with CameraTag they were able to quickly implement a tool that allows users to record commentary that can be incorprated into broadcast in real-time.
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When Oracle wanted to review the sales pitches from some 40k+ employees they leveraged CameraTag. We captured over half a million minutes of video in the span of a few days allowing the company to identify growth opportunities and models of success within their sales org.
You can only learn so much about a person by having them fill out a form on the internet. This is especially true if you are looking to hire someone for a customer-facing position. Bellhops.com solved this problem by video responses into their application process. A picture is worth 1000 words. A video is priceless.
We learn through all our senses. So why are so many online educational tools so reliant on text? Khan Academy leverages CameraTag to bring a face and voice to the their classes.
Don't let your brand be limited to a logo and a slogan. Your product or service makes an impact on your customer's lives. Let them show the world the difference your product makes by allowing every customer to be a brand ambasador.
Big brother processed thousands of auditions from would-be contestands egar to join the famous house. CameraTag allows the executives to stay focused on finding exactly the right contestants without worrying about code and codecs.