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What new experiences can our co-viewing app create?
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74 months ago

The ability to share the best of the internet while video chatting in real time is bringing students together in a new and exciting way.  Airtime is an app that allows users to have this kind of shared experience, wherever they are!  The Airtime co-viewing platform can bring up to 10 users together in a live video chat, and gives them the option to view content from music and video sites, such as YouTube, SoundCloud, and Spotify.  As mobile co-viewing is still a relatively new feature, we believe there are may possibilities for the kinds of shared experiences it can create!


We are interested in finding new, innovative experiences that college students can have using Airtime's co-viewing features. Specifically, please answer the following:

  1. Have you previously heard of or used the Airtime live video app?  
  2. What are some creative ways that college students could use the Airtime co-viewing features?  What kind of content would they be sharing or viewing together?
  3. What about this experience is uniquely enabled by the Airtime co-viewing feature?  Why would you need to use the Airtime app to make this experience possible?

Criteria: We are interested in ideas that are more in-depth that just watching videos or listening to music as a group.  Please think outside-of-the-box as you submit your ideas!  For example: A group could play "Never have I ever" over the app, or it could be used to bring a group of hometown friends together before going out on a Friday.

*Please feel free to submit multiple ideas!  Please keep them organized within one submission.

*Please submit ideas for creative ways to use the current app rather than changes you would like to make to the app or new capabilities you would like to create for it.

*Please avoid ideas around study groups or using the app as a substitute for classroom learning as these ideas are more common. 

    Submissions will be graded on the following criteria:
  • Meets Deliverables
  • Creativity
  • Clarity
Reward Tiers
Top 10%
will share $1,000
Next 15%
will share $400
Next 25%
will share $200
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