the extent to which something is interactive; the extent to which a computer program and human being may have a dialog
If the game sticks to interactivity and can keep the time-bending gameplay fresh, then it will be a success regardless.
Instead, it takes full advantage of the interactivity of games and allows the environment to tell the story.
interactivity was also unique to the medium and a dealbreaker for Homestar Runner development on other platforms.
If I Can Dream pushes the ties of interactivity at the molecular level into every crevice of its stars' lives.
interactivity, involved in the design process, adds the dimension of change.
Digital television reinstates activity, and is subject to creative programming and interactivity.
They increasingly reflect the expectations of globality and often apply mediation, task distribution, and interactivity.
Television in digitally scalable formats is an active medium, and interactivity is its characteristic.