I had this idea while doing a job application through a page of tabbed content.
I work with 3D graphics and we market ourselves by doing a demo reel video, but unlike a Zbrush artist or an animator, I don't sell only great looking results, but also creative technical decisions. <br>
It's a mix. They can't just look good on paper, but the final result leaves many interesting details out. So I need both. A video for the results and html content for details.
So I came with this idea of a box where content changes depending on the video's timeline. Basically like subtitles, on steroids. This way people can just see the video as one piece or augment what the video shows with information in the box, or even just navigate in the box.
This seems like a mission for Html5. Can Adobe Edge do it? As anyone released something like this or is working on it?
So, no one ever tried or messed around with timeline events to produce this effect before?
Would be cool if the video, marks and contents were the most modular possible.