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  • 1. CollaboraTV Executive Director: Alicia Abella AT&T Labs Research Florham Park, New Jersey
  • 2. Social Capital
    • In the early twentieth century:
      • People often came together to form voluntary associations
      • Tight knit groups helped shape civil society
    • Recently, social trends and new technologies have weakened social ties
    • CollaboraTV can help increase “Social Capital”
      • Support collaboration between friends
      • Enhance community cohesion
      • Encourage richer communication
  • 3. People like to Communicate 37  million  hours  on mobile Facebook in Dec 2009. That’s 45% of the mobile data traffic that month. #1 application, a far second at 8% was Google. - GSM Association analysis > 775,000,000 txts DAILY! 50,000,000 tweets DAILY!
  • 4. Television
    • But, television is often a solitary activity, made especially so with the advent of the DVR
  • 5. CTV Plot
    • CTV is a prototype service that enables viewers to interact and participate in recorded show, whether watching simultaneously (synchronous) or at different times (asynchronous)
    • Text, sketch, gestures and audio annotations are temporally attached to a video and conveyed via avatars that represent the virtual audience
  • 6. The Cast
  • 7.  
  • 8. Why CTV?
    • Proliferation of video-on-demand (VOD) services, digital video recorders (DVRs), and online video content have altered the way people consume media
    • Consumers have more control of their viewing habits and are more likely to view programs based upon their personal schedules and preferences
    • CTV enhances group cohesion and social capital by supporting synchronous and asynchronous collaborative viewing
  • 9. CTV Audience
    • Consumers
      • Content providers
      • Broadband providers
      • Rating agencies
    • Enterprises
      • Video depositions
      • Training
      • Education
  • 10. CTV Discussion