Thanks for your reply!
To give you a better idea, the app i have in mind is a live debate/ideas video streaming platform that streams users simultaneousy in split screen.
There are two settings I am considering:
-Users have a set topic and a defined time limit to argue their positions and at the end a vote decides which wins.
-Users simply converse on a topic or whatever they like, no voting and no time constraints.
This is the basic idea, the inspiration for it comes from watching 2 users of the singing app Smule argue about the ethics of eating meat. It was lively, interesting and they treated eachother with respect which is something i seldom see on social media platforms (probably due to the face to face element).
Users could also join the conversation by “picking up the mic” which is a concept borrowed from smule whereby people can request to join the conversation. Seems to work for people singing awfully at eachother, why not internet discourse?
So is live streaming more or less feasible? This is long form content, so if tiktok is technically possible what about something like twitch?