Temporal Innovations
Lightning swift, interactive video analysis
Navigate through terabytes of video data with ease
Fluidly explore forwards and backwards, from stop-frame to 1,000,000 times normal rate
Observe phenomena across time and space, behavior and place
Use diversely in training, research, presentations, and exhibits

Clients & Applications | Training

For those who work in areas where speed and precision are paramount, such as surgery, athletics, complex machinery, military, and aeronautics, the FG|SB system provides an ideal virtual training environment. The learning experience is intuitive, efficient, and engaging.

Using the FG|SB's elegant, rugged, spin dial interface, users easily control the pace of viewing - and learning - by merely turning a knob, highlighting critical areas of information and reviewing details as needed.

The system’s unparalleled image clarity and fluidity of motion ensure that users absorb key features of the subject; for example, athlete motion dynamics, surgical procedure intricacies, parts assembly details, teacher/student interaction nuances, point-of-view journeys through landscapes varying from the colon to 1000 mile aerial flyovers of unfamiliar terrain.

The intuitive, simple nature of the interface makes it an ideal learning environment for individuals of all ages and languages.


  • The technology provides a way to meaningfully, efficiently traverse extremely lengthy video content. For example, a 10 hour video may be ideal for showing the assembly/disassembly steps of a complex machine, or details of a complex surgery. But with standard viewing technologies, peoples' attention flags after just the first few minutes. With our system, this is not the case; the user is able to fluidly hone in on specific segments of relevance, flying through non-important others. This active engagement, as contrasted with passive viewing, is not only functionally useful (even fun!), but of key importance in keeping the user engaged and alert.
  • The system can be used with pre-produced content, or perform live streaming capture from a camera, providing trainees with instant feedback (how doctors used the system with medical students in the GI suite).
  • Creating content for use in an FG|SB system will often require dramatically less editing work than for a "normal" video production (potentially 0 for live capture contexts), resulting in production cost savings, as well as reduced delay getting materials to the intended user.
  • FG|SB systems need not replace any standard/pre-existing training videos - they are effectively used in conjunction.