Valoosa's Platform Analyzes Video Streams to Suggest Viewer Programming

By: Jana Pijak - Mar 21, 2016
References: valossa & independent
Finnish tech brand Valoosa is the developer behind, a search engine that recommends movie programming to viewers by analyzing multiple web streams at once. Dubbed the "first ever descriptive movie search engine," Valoosa's intuitive platform helps users uncover films based on specific phrases, actor names and other criteria that relates to titles they may not necessarily remember. is inspired by music identification platform Shazam that uses sound to identify artists and song titles. "The technology analyses video streams in real time to identify more than one thousand concepts" and boasts a user-friendly interface that promotes efficiency and simplicity.

This unique search engine is inspired by similar services like Google or Bing but specifically targets film buffs who are looking to remember obscure film titles in seconds.