"Technically speaking, it was not possible as recently as two years ago. Now, we're at the very beginning, but it's about to come into its heyday.
This next year will be a really interesting time for us."Bicanic and a handful of entrepreneurs are behind some of the start-ups emerging with a focus on live video for dating.
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The business models vary, but free to the user is a common thread for the video experience.At Date.fm, the focus is on simplicity: asks "really basic questions, and finds you potential matches.It then shows you pictures with each user's age and general location, and you like or dislike them.Among those in this growing field are Dating.fm, Flikdate, Video Date and two newbies launched last fall -- View N Me and Instamour.Those behind the idea say it's a time and money saver, because daters can connect from wherever they are, avoiding travel time to meet someone and keeping cash in their pockets."Skype started the whole genre change and Face Time took it into mobile," says Marc Lesnick, founder of i Date, a dating industry conference and trade show.