henry copeland: Is the future of TV conversational? Black Mirror tilts forward. pllqt.it/YI37YM
talking to your TV, Black Mirror backstory"Kids in general don't hesitate to talk to the screen," Engelbrecht says. "But they immediately lit up. One of my absolutely favorite moments was with an 8- and 9-year-old brother and sister. They'd go back and forth: 'Shake hands!' 'Kiss!' They'd cheer and boo, and all all the while had these smiles on their faces—and their mom too."