Hummingbird is an anime recommendation engine and database. It analyzes your likes and dislikes in order to learn what you love and provide an accurate recommendation of what you will enjoy watching next.
The process for this unique new anime site is set to be both streamlined and simple. Hummingbird users will register for the site and be asked to rate popular anime titles that they have already seen. From those titles and their respective ratings, titles that are similar can be assessed for the user’s interests. Hummingbird will use memory-based collaborative filtering to calculate an anime recommendation for the user.
My Anime List is the closet competitor for Hummingbird. For users that have an existing MyAnimeList.net account with anime titles already pre-rated, they will be given the convenient option of importing their account into Hummingbird, making the transition to this platform simple. Hummingbird wants to make it possible for viewers to preview titles, read positive and negative reviews, and screen the title/track progress, all on the same page. With Hummingbird, watching great anime titles will be undoubtedly easier than ever.
Hummingbird is great in that its creators realize the deficit and flaws in existing rating systems. Founder, Josh Fabian, poses a good question. “What makes the difference between a 3.5 star series and a 4 [star series]?” That rating system makes it difficult to judge what exactly the user likes and dislikes. However, using a binary rating system, as many seasoned marketers do, makes rating a lot simpler. It is as easy as “Yes, I liked this title.” Or, “No, I was not interested or intrigued by this title at all.” Binary rating keeps the process on Hummingbird simple; Fabian really knew what he was aiming for when including binary sorting as a part of the company’s recommendation algorithm.
Hummingbird was created because its founders, Josh Fabian and Ralph Wintle, had seen so much anime, that it became challenging to find additional titles to view. Hummingbird has arrived to fill the gap and inadequacies between existing inaccurate anime recommendations to help anime lovers all over find titles that they will love.
Check out what Hummingbird is all about at http://www.hummingbird.ly!
Contact Josh Fabian of Hummingbird at email@example.com.