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Martin Percy is a British film director known for his innovative work in interactive films and digital learning, often using artificial intelligence in recent years. He has received numerous accolades for this work, including a BAFTA British Academy Award[1] (from five nominations),[2] an Emmy Award[3] (from four nominations), eleven Webby Awards[4] (from 22 nominations), a Grand Clio[5] in the Clio Awards, and various other awards (see awards and nominations section below). Percy has created interactive films for institutions such as the Tate Gallery, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, the British Film Institute, the National Theatre, University of the Arts London, BT and Innovate UK. He has collaborated with notable talent including Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Derek Jacobi, and Daisy Ridley (see below). Percy is also a TEDx speaker, talking about his film Lifesaver and 'how to save lives with interactive film'.[6]

Percy graduated from King's College, Cambridge, and is the son of the late illustrator Graham Percy.

Use of AI in Interactive Film[edit]

Percy has integrated AI-driven interaction into much of his recent work, adapting films based on input from device cameras, accelerometers, and buttons. Some works also feature AI-generated video. Notable examples include:

  • The Adaptive-Media Interview Coach[7] (2022, UK) – Webby Award Winner,[8] created by A-Dapt for Nacro, a social justice charity. Uses AI with emotion recognition to train individuals with social challenges for job interviews.[9]
  • Votre Coach Personnel[10] (2023, France) – Webby Award Honoree,[11] created by Adaptive Media France for France Travail. Uses AI with emotion recognition and face detection to give interview training personalised to the user’s age.
  • AI Basics: Thrills Or Chills (2023, UK)[12] – Webby Award Honoree,[13] funded by Innovate UK. Uses AI-designed environments and AI-generated visualisations of AI chatbots in conversation.

Interactive Crisis Simulator Films[edit]

One distinctive form of interactive film made by Percy simulates emergency situations. These require users to make good decisions fast - and thus learn by doing. Notable examples include:

  • Fightback (2003, UK)[14] – Percy's first experiment with the Interactive Crisis Simulator format, dealing with women’s personal safety. Funded by the London Film and Video Development Agency.[15]
  • Lifesaver[16][17] (2012, UK) – Grand Clio Award Winner,[18] Webby Winner,[19] BAFTA nominee.[20] Made in collaboration with UNIT9 for the Resuscitation Council UK. Initially co-funded by Innovate UK (then known as the Technology Strategy Board[21]). Medical directors: Dr Andrew Lockey MBE and Dr Jasmeet Soar[22]. Features the first professional role of Daisy Ridley. [23]
  • Lifesaver VR[24] (2016, UK) – Webby Award Honoree,[25] BAFTA nominee.[26] Made in collaboration with UNIT9 for the Resuscitation Council UK.
  • Real Talk About Suicide[27] (2019, UK) – Webby Award Honoree,[28] Campaign (magazine) Tech Awards 2020: Winner, Tech for Good.[29] Crisis simulator film showing how to help someone with suicidal feelings. Made with Grassroots Suicide Prevention[30] and UNIT9.
  • Heart Class (2019, USA) – Emmy Award Winner,[31] Webby Award Honoree.[32] CPR crisis simulator film using collective interaction so that groups of people in a classroom can interact with the film via a host. Medical director Dr Lorrel Toft MD.[33] Made with UNIT9 and the University of Louisville.
  • CardiacCrash (2023, Canada) - 3x Webby Award Winner,[34][35] Canadian Screen Awards nominee.[36] Medical director: Dr. Lorrel Toft MD. Made with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada. Four CPR crisis simulator films for collective interaction:
    • CardiacCrash: Chantal[37] (In English, for schools)
    • CardiacCrash: Monica[38] (In English, for adults)
    • CardiakXpress : Caroline (in French, for schools)
    • CardiakXpress : Jessica[39] (in French, for adults)

Percy discussed the creation and philosophy behind these films in his TEDx talk, Lifesaver: How To Save Lives With Interactive Film[40] (2016, Germany).

Interactive Documentaries for collective interaction[edit]

Another distinctive form of interactive film made by Percy documentaries which use interactivity and audience discussion to make the views of the audience an integral part of the film experience. Notable examples include:

  • Climate Emergency Interactive[41] (2019, UK) – Webby Award Winner,[42] made with UNIT9 and a collaborative group of students and staff for the University of the Arts London.
  • AI Basics: Thrills Or Chills (2023, UK)[43] – Webby Award Honoree,[44] funded by Innovate UK.

Other types of Interactive Film[edit]

Percy has developed several other distinct types or formats of interactive film. Notable examples include:

Animal Interaction Films[edit]

Created in collaboration with Svetlana Dragayeva[45] for Fountain Digital Labs.[46] These films combine video and interactivity via buttons, microphone and accelerometer to give users "the fairy tale feeling that they’re interacting directly" real wild animals.[47] Notable examples include:

Interactive Interviews and Talks[edit]

In the 2000s, Percy created a number of interactive talks for the British Film Institute (BFI) and the Royal National Theatre, sponsored by BT. In these talks, celebrated individuals would ask the user questions and then respond to their response. These were built using Adobe Flash and so are no longer viewable. However links to screengrab recordings are given where available. Notable examples include:

Interactive Art Explorers[edit]

In the 2000s, Percy created interactive films for Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool, Tate St Ives, and Tate Online, many in collaboration with Will Gompertz and Tate Media, and all sponsored by BT. These used dozens or hundreds of video loops to allow users to explore artworks or locations depicted with film rather than with stills. To this he added interviews, music tracks, and stories as appropriate. He later used the same approach for the Asian Art Museum (San Francisco). Notable examples include:

  • Asian Art Museum (San Francisco): The Bali Temple Explorer [73][74](2011, USA) – Webby Award Winner.[75]
  • Tate Kids: The Secret Dancer[76] (2010, UK) – BAFTA nominee,[77] Webby Nominee.[78]
  • Tate St Ives: Barbara's Garden[79] (2009, UK) – Webby Nominee.[80]
  • Tate Liverpool: The One That Spoke to Me (2008, UK) – Webby Honoree,[81] Emmy nominee.[82]
  • Tate Modern: Street Art HD[83] (2008, UK) – Webby Honoree,[84] Emmy nominee.[85]
  • Tate Modern: Tate Tracks[86] (2006, UK) – 3x Webby Honoree.[87][88][89]
  • Tate Britain: The BT Series[90] (2005, UK) – 2x Webby Honoree.[91][92]

Effectiveness[edit]

Research on the effectiveness of Percy's work includes:

  • The School Lifesavers Study by Dr. Joyce Yeung et al., published in Resuscitation,[93][94] found that Lifesaver alone was 29% more effective than traditional face-to-face training alone. Combined with traditional CPR training, Lifesaver was 110% more effective than traditional face-to-face training alone.
  • A New Era of Lay Rescuer CPR Training: An Interactive Approach for Engaging High Schoolers[95] by Lorrel E.B. Toft M.D., Jamaal Richie M.D., John M. Wright M.D. et al., published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, found that Heart Class was 51% more effective at teaching CPR than comparable traditional classroom CPR training.
  • Lifesaver app teaches CPR by throwing you into the action: Crisis simulator fuses interactivity with live-action film to show you how to respond to heart attacks and choking[96][97] by Dr Jasmeet Soar, published in Resuscitation.

Awards and nominations[edit]

2020s[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2024 Webby Awards AI, Metaverse & Virtual/ Public Service & Activism AI Basics: Thrills Or Chills?[98] Won, Honoree [99]
2024 Webby Awards AI, Metaverse & Virtual/ Science & Education Votre Coach Personnel (VCP)[100] Won, Honoree [101]
2023 Webby Awards AI, Metaverse & Virtual Public Service & Activism CardiacCrash: Monica[102] Won [103]
2023 Webby Awards AI, Metaverse & Virtual Public Service & Activism CardiacCrash: Monica Won, People's Voice [104]
2023 Webby Awards AI, Metaverse & Virtual/ Science & Education CardiacCrash: Monica Won, People's Voice [105]
2023 Webby Awards AI, Metaverse & Virtual/ Science & Education Ms Rose, Adaptive Media Math Tutor[106] Nominated [107]
2022 Webby Awards Virtual & Remote: Science & Education The Adaptive-Media Interview Coach[108] Won [109]
2021 Webby Awards AI, Metaverse & Virtual - Health & Wellness Virry Happy: mindfulness in nature VR[110] Nominated [111]
2021 Webby Awards AI, Metaverse & Virtual - Best 360-Video Virry Happy: mindfulness in nature VR Nominated [112]
2021 Webby Awards Virtual Public Service & Activism Climate Emergency Interactive[113] Won, People's Voice [114]
2020 Emmy Awards Informational/ Instructional Program Heart Class[115] Won [116]
2020 Webby Awards Video/Immersive and Mixed Reality Heart Class Won, Honoree [117]
2020 Webby Awards Video/Documentary (Immersive And Mixed Reality) Real Talk About Suicide[118] Nominated [119]

2010s[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2018 Webby Awards Video/ VR: Interactive, Game or Real-Time Lifesaver VR[120] Won [121]
2018 Webby Awards Video/ VR: Interactive, Game or Real-Time Lifesaver VR Won, Honoree [122]
2017 Webby Awards VR: Gaming, Interactive, or Real-time Virry VR Won, People's Voice [123]
2017 Webby Awards Video/ Travel & Lifestyle Virry VR Won, Honoree [124]
2017 BAFTA British Academy Awards Children's Interactive Virry VR Nominated [125]
2017 BAFTA British Academy Awards Children's Learning Lifesaver VR Nominated [126]
2015 BAFTA British Academy Awards Children's Interactive: Original Virry[127] Won [128]
2015 Webby Awards Family & Kids (Mobile Sites & Apps) Virry Won, People's Choice [129]
2013 Clio Awards Healthcare - App Lifesaver[130] Won, Grand Clio [131]
2013 BAFTA British Academy Awards Children's Interactive Lifesaver Nominated [132]
2014 Webby Awards Education & Reference (Handheld) Lifesaver Won, People's Choice [133]
2013 Lovie Awards Best Use of Interactive Video Lifesaver Won, Gold [134]
2013 Lovie Awards People's Choice, Best Use of Interactive Video Lifesaver Won, People's Choice [135]
2012 Webby Awards Best Use of Interactive Video Jameson 1780[136] Won [137]
2012 Webby Awards People's Choice, Best Use of Interactive Video Jameson 1780 Won, People's Choice [138]
2012 Webby Awards Youth Tate Kids: Wondermind[139] Nominated [140]
2012 Webby Awards Best Use of Interactive Video Tate Kids: Wondermind Won, Honoree [141]
2011 Webby Awards Travel & Adventure The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco: The Bali Temple Explorer[142] Won [143]
2012 Webby Awards Religion & Spirituality The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco: The Bali Temple Explorer Won, Honoree [144]
2011 Webby Awards Tourism The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco: The Bali Temple Explorer Won, Honoree [145]
2010 BAFTA British Academy Awards Children's Interactive Tate Kids: The Secret Dancer[146] Nominated [147]
2010 Webby Awards Best Use of Interactive Video Tate Kids: The Secret Dancer Nominated [148]
2010 Webby Awards Broadband Tate St Ives: Barbara's Garden Nominated [149]

2000s[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2009 Emmy Awards New Approaches To News & Documentary Programming: Arts, Lifestyle & Culture Tate Modern: Street Art HD[150] Nominated [151]
2009 Webby Awards Best Use of Interactive Video Tate Modern: Street Art HD Nominated [152]
2009 Webby Awards Broadband Tate Modern: Street Art HD Won, Honoree [153]
2009 Emmy Awards New Approaches To News & Documentary Programming: Arts, Lifestyle & Culture Tate Liverpool: The One That Spoke to Me Nominated [154]
2009 Webby Awards Art Tate Liverpool: The One That Spoke to Me Won, Honoree [155]
2008 Webby Awards Best Use of Interactive Video Meyers Hill[156] Won, Honoree [157]
2008 Webby Awards Best Use of Interactive Video BFI: Derek Jacobi on The GPO Film Unit[158] Won, Honoree [159]
2008 Webby Awards Music (Website) Tate Tracks[160] Won, Honoree [161]
2008 Webby Awards Cultural Institutions (Website) Tate Tracks Won, Honoree [162]
2008 Webby Awards Broadband (Website) Tate Tracks Won, Honoree [163]
2009 BAFTA British Academy Awards Interactive Innovation National Theatre: A Conversation with Sir Ian McKellen[164] Nominated [165]
2009 Webby Awards Best Use of Interactive Video National Theatre: A Conversation with Sir Ian McKellen Nominated [166]
2008 Webby Awards Broadband National Theatre: A Conversation with Sir Ian McKellen Nominated [167]
2008 Webby Awards Documentary: Individual Episode National Theatre: A Conversation with Sir Ian McKellen Nominated [168]
2007 Emmy Awards Outstanding Arts, Lifestyle & Culture Programming For Broadband National Theatre: A Conversation with Sir Ian McKellen Nominated [169]
2006 Webby Awards Art Tate Britain: The BT Series Nominated [170]
2007 Webby Awards Art Tate Britain: The BT Series[171] Won, Honoree [172]
2006 Webby Awards Art Tate Britain: The BT Series Nominated [173]
2007 Webby Awards Art Tate Britain: The BT Series Won, Honoree [174]
2005 Webby Awards Broadband Tate Britain: "Let's Play 66" Won, Honoree [175]

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