Are Sensory Effects Ready for the World Wide Web? (bibtex)
@InProceedings{Timmerer2010_WISMA_SensoryEffects, title = {Are Sensory Effects Ready for the World Wide Web?}, author = {Timmerer, Christian and Waltl, Markus and Hellwagner, Hermann}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the Workshop on Interoperable Social Multimedia Applications (WISMA 2010)}, year = {2010}, address = {Aachen, Germany}, editor = {Carreras, Anna and Delgado, Jaime and Maroñas, Xavier and Rodríguez, Víctor}, month = {may}, pages = {57-60}, publisher = {CEUR Workshop Proceedings (}, abstract = {The World Wide Web (WWW) is one of the main entry points to access and consume Internet content in various forms. In particular, the Web browser is used to access different types of media (i.e., text, image, audio, and video) and on some platforms is the only way to access the vast amount of information on the Web. Recently, it has been proposed to stimulate also other senses than vision or audition while consuming multimedia content through so- called sensory effects, with the aim to increase the user’s Quality of Experience (QoE). The effects are represented as Sensory Effects Metadata (SEM) which is associated to traditional multimedia content and is rendered (synchronized with the media) on sensory devices like fans, vibration chairs, lamps, etc. In this paper we provide a principal investigation of whether the sensory effects are ready for the WWW and, in anticipation of the result, we propose how to embed sensory effect metadata within Web content and the synchronized rendering thereof.}, keywords = {MPEG-V}, language = {EN}, location = {Barcelona, Spain}, pdf = {}, talkdate = {2010.05.19}, talktype = {registered} }
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