Eugene’s Vizme gets ready for a break out


Vizme, a small Eugene tech company that lets people create their own playlists of videos, pictures, audio, is about ready to burst out of Beta testing.

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Vizme, a small Eugene tech company that lets people create their own playlists of videos, pictures, audio, is about ready to burst out of Beta testing.

 

“Imagine a YouTube video posted on Facebook,” Vizme CEO Dan Mayhew said. “Now imagine viewing that video when you click on the link plus reading, watching or listening to a mixture of any related content from the Web.

“That is Vizme.”

The Vizme engine has been in Beta testing since July and now has several thousand users. Among them are Harper­Collins Publishing, which uses it to promote books on the Web, and National Public Radio, which included Vizme-powered visuals in an online report on scientific findings for Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Read more in today’s Register-Guard.




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