Videogram, created by startup Cinemacraft, segments videos into scenes to create a mosaic that highlights the most relevant bits with larger tiles based on various factors.
The Eye on Saturday posted Videograms on Twitter for its four new laffers for the fall 2013 TV season, which bow this week and next — “The Crazy Ones,” starring Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar, as well as “Mom,” “We Are Men” and “The Millers”:
Cinemacraft, founded last year, recently raised $1.5 million in funding from Turner Broadcasting System (which plans to use Videograms for TruTV this fall), NTT DoCoMo and early-stage investment firm 500 Startups. Videogram, which uses features of HTML5, is not compatible with older browsers.
Other entertainment companies that have tested Videogram visualizations include Sony Pictures Entertainment, 21st Century Fox and Universal Music Group.
Check out the Videogram for Chuck Lorre’s “Mom,” starring Anna Faris: