Introducing Cohort

Leverage the Flexibility of Cohort

Cohort allows you to control synchronized events across mutiple phones or tablets.
As a sample project, use Cohort to build a next gen Silent Disco.

Venue and Site Freedom

You have the freedom to include participants situated literally anywhere in the world. Cohort allows you to broadcast over the internet rather than through radio frequencies.

  • Create site-specific work in large or outdoor sites.
  • Useful for adjusting your event to social distancing.
  • Use for creation periods or rehearsal when your collaborators can't be in the same room.

Control From Your Phone Or Tablet

No extra hardware required, run your show and control the experience directly from your own phone or tablet.

Groupings

You have the ability to dynamically segment/group your participants.

  • You can assign groups, or allow particpants to choose groups.
  • Create as many groups as you need.
  • You have control over what each participant hears.

And Add Visuals:

Take the experience to the next level and cue video or text to display on your participants' phones or tablets as easily as audio.

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If you want to learn more about Cohort and its applications, get in touch with us.

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Cohort has also been used on projects like:



Image of dancers in movement from LOT X. Photography by Jeremy Mimnagh

LOT X

An indoor+outdoor full-length contemporary dance work by adelheid dance projects


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Image of audience with headset on from Cafe Sarajevo. Photography by Cameron Davis.

Café Sarajevo

An immersive, participatory theatre work created by bluemouth inc.


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FluxDelux participants at Nathan Phillips Square as part of the Parapan Am Games, 2015. Photography by Nicole Myers.

FluxDelux

A fully-accessible live multiplayer dance game created by Peggy Baker Dance Projects.


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Image of participants looking at each other through fence. Photography by Alaric Johnson.

Overhear

A multi-city 'pod-play' where audiences hear real-life stories while being guided around a city. Created by It's Not a Box Theatre


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Image of dancers performing a duet from Jacqueries. Photography by Vish Hansa.

Jacqueries

A parkour-inspired immersive heist story created by Jacob Niedzwiecki.


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Who's Who at Cohort

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Jacob Niedzwiecki

Lead Developer

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Nabeel Kassam

Producer/Project Manager

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Luke Garwood

Assistant Developer

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Amanda Baker

Quality Assurance

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Archana Rajan

Quality Assurance Consultant

If you've scrolled this far, you must be curious to learn more.
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