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WindowLikr is an enterprise technology that allows content creators to produce touch-enabled video by embedding metadata within a video file

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Media and Entertainment
  • Location New York City, NY, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded April 2012
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

WindowLikr allows content creators to produce touch-enabled video and distribute it across existing mobile channels. WindowLikr’s proprietary encoding technology can track objects down to the pixel level, allows for a limitless range of video (and non-visual) effects, and can directly measure ROI. WindowLikr will revolutionize the way content producers (consumer brands, sports broadcasters, etc) engage their audience through mobile video.


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    Jacob Henderson
    Founder & CEO

    Headed the 3D illustration and compositing department at DraftFCB before leading the Creative/Design department at the visual effects house Smoke & Mirrors (NYC). In 2004 Jacob created Leash Conceptual, a company whose focus was creative conceptualization and graphical execution for global pharma brands. Most recently, he oversaw design and digital compositing/FX for Disney Online’s “Rule The Mix” in Los Angeles

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    Peter Janovsky

    Began his career in educational software, transitioning into clinical trials, finance and finally media. Has led teams dedicated to site reliability, horizontal scaling and performance at Medidata Solutions, AOL, The Boston Globe and Patch. Built a payload recognition engine responsible for caching highly requested audio content in realtime for use in highly concurrent environments (currently being used by CBS Radio).

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    Jesus Martinez

    Began his career in interactive television at Interaxx TV and later transitioned to production management at MTV Networks and Disney/ABC while freelancing on music videos, commercials, and video games for TVT/Interscope Records, Revlon, Michel Gondry, and Templar Studios. Entered recruiting world in 2006 and built engineering and design teams for New York Times, Scholastic, Media6Degrees, Vimeo, AOL, Patch, MapQuest, SoundCloud and ShutterStock.