Portable North Pole lets you customize a video for Santa fans of all ages by asking you variety of questions, such as if you have been naughty, nice, or both, gender, name, location, special efforts you have been asked to make this year, the type of present you are interested in and more! You can also upload up to 3 images that will be displayed in the video.
With Portable North Pole, kids and adults alike can experience the magic of Santa and his village at the touch of a button via their personal computers or mobile devices. To celebrate Christmas, and birthdays, users can send their loved ones personalized video messages from Santa himself, featuring personal photos and other customized details.
This year, Portable North Pole has pledged to donate five percent of all personalized product sales to participating Children's Hospital foundations in the U.S., UK, Ireland, Canada and France, as part of the PNP Children's Hospital program.
The basic PNP video is completely free to stream for an unlimited number of times during the holidays. For a small fee, users can create an extended five-minute premium version, which includes exclusive clips of Santa riding on his sleigh, a personalized Christmas Carol sung by the elves and more.
New for 2012, Portable North Pole is offering an extra special treat for kids: a personalized phone call from Santa himself! Another new and unique gift option is an augmented reality interactive letter, sealed with a little sprinkling of magic by the elves to prove that it was sent directly from Santa's post office! The full-color letter includes a premium video and a facial scan feature, which Santa uses to check if the child is on his nice list.
Also new for 2012, Portable North Pole is excited to introduce its updated iPNP mobile and tablet app, which includes the premium video, interactive advent calendar and phone calls from Santa. In December 2011, the Portable North Pole app was among the top 10 paid downloads on the Apple Store in the UK.
Visit www.portablenorthpole.com to learn more and to start making your video.