Videogami wants to take all those how-to videos on YouTube and turn them into fully interactive lessons to teach hands-on skills. It will offer Web tools to build an online learning experience. The platform can fast-forward video to the most important scene, slow down the video at the critical parts, and breaking a video timeline down to step-by-step instructions. Customers are asked to pay $1 per lesson or subscribe for $10 to the catalog of lessons, or suppliers can pay to unlock the lessons for certain users. CEO Juan Gonzalez talks about launching Videogami moments after doing his pitch at Incubes Demo Day.