Interactive Laserdisc Software
We have a large collection of Interactive laserdisc software which runs on a BBC Micro with Laserdisc interface.
BBC Domesday System Laserdiscs
Interactive Video in Schools (IVIS) Laserdiscs
The project focuses on video-disc-based video because the images stored on videodiscs can be used in a variety of ways. The project is funded by the Department of Trade and Industry, which has provided more than $2 million for the initiative. It is administered by the Council for Educational Technology (CET) and is based at the National Interactive Video Centre (NIVC), which provides industry and education with information on and expertise in all aspects of interactive video.
Netherhall School of Cambridge was a major player in producing software for educational laser discs