Movies, Television, Gaming
Absolutely delight audiences
Immersive experiences are at the heart of entertainment. The Immersion Neuroscience platform provides second-by-second analysis to identify when your audience is emotionally connecting to content. It also shows you which movies and TV shows will be hits, and it will guide you on how to improve scripts, film cuts, and video games. Additional metrics identify the most passionate audiences neurologically–people who love the experience and will share it with others.
The fastest, easiest, and most reliable way to create entertainment people love.
Immersion builds better stories
Our roots in storytelling
Our research on the science of story serves as the foundation for platform algorithms that tell you when audiences are hooked on your content and want to experience it again and again.
Our platform gives you:
– Real-time data on immersion for written concepts, storyboards, table reads, and finished content so you can optimize the creative process
– Moments in the narrative that frustrate audiences that can be improved
– Fandom identification- find consumer segments whose brains love the content, and identify how to speak to them in order to build a stronger fanbase for your content
Don’t miss out on everything Immersion Neuroscience can offer you.
See how we have helped others in the industry create high-impact content.
Immersion Identifies Top-Rated TV Shows with 88% Accuracy Traditional techniques are unable to forecast ratings of unscripted TV shows The Problem One-half of the 400 highest rated shows on television in 2017 were unscripted "reality" TV. These run the gamut from...
Using Neurologic Immersion to Predict Movie Ticket Sales Immersion predicts movie ticket sales with 61% accuracy The Problem We live in Los Angeles, so like most Angelenos we have one degree of separation between us and Hollywood. Recently, a movie producer friend...
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What if TV networks could know whether they have a hit before a show airs? That’s the promise being made by Immersion Neuroscience, which launched the initial version of a neurotracking platform in March to measure people’s immersion in video content and live...
To keep tabs on movie buzz, studio execs these days monitor the Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer and collect audience response cards at test screenings, as memorably portrayed in 2008's What Just Happened, starring Robert De Niro, as Ben, a Hollywood producer in crisis. In...