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LinkedTV project overview
LinkedTV project overview
LinkedTV project overview
LinkedTV project overview
LinkedTV project overview
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LinkedTV project overview

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Overview of the LinkedTV project

Overview of the LinkedTV project

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  • 1. FROM  SMART  TV   TO  LINKED  TV   JOACHIM  KÖHLER  (Fraunhofer  IAIS)   Project  co-­‐ordinator   LYNDON  NIXON  (STI  Research)   ScienHfic  co-­‐ordinator  hJp://www.linkedtv.eu    
  • 2. From  less  than  Smart  TV...     2011  was  the  year  of  the  Internet  connected  TV:     Consumers  not  buying  TVs  for  the  connecHvity     Emergence  of  a  TV  applicaHon  ecosystem:     Apps  offer  OTT  content,  don‘t  integrate  deeply  with                                                                                                                            the  TV  programming                                                                                                                    LG SmartTV, pic courtesy http:// Samsung Smart TV (http://thenextweb.com/www.wired.com/gadgetlab/ gadgets/files/2011/05/5m-samsung-apps-1.jpeg)2011/01/lg-smart-tv/
  • 3. ..via  second  screens..     Preferred  manner  to   access  Web  content   alongside  TV   IntoNow or Shazam identify what you are watching and provide associated contenthttp://randymatheson.com/social- Second screen apps show you relatedtv-platform-miso-launches- content without disturbing the TV viewenhanced-experience-for-dexter-premiere/ http://www.designbynotion.com/metamirror-next-generation-tv/
  • 4. ...  to  LinkedTV   TV  and  Web  access   are  unified  on  the  TV   device  but  not  the   experience  A shade under three-quarters of TV viewers withbroadband are surfing the web while they watch, Interweaving  TV  and  Web  with 38 per cent of them discussing what theyrewatching on social media. The proportion content  into  a  single  discussing TV shows rises to 53 per cent if onlythe 16 to 23-year-old demographic is included. experience  a  focus  of  the   LinkedTV  project  -- Ovum survey, published in TheRegister, 6October 2011 (hJp://www.linkedtv.eu)    
  • 5. LinkedTV  project    Vision: 12 Excellent Partners   ubiquitously online cloud of Networked Fraunhofer Eurecom Audio-Visual Content STI GMBH Condat   decoupled from place, device or source CERTH BEELD EN GELUID UEP Noterik  Aim: UMONS U. ST GALLEN   provide interactive multimedia service CWI RBB for non-professional end-users   focus television broadcast content as seed videos  Web: http://www.linkedtv.eu
  • 6. LinkedTV  means:  •  AnnotaHng  audiovisual  content  with  concepts  •  Using  that  annotaHon  to  (semi-­‐)automaHcally  link  parts  of   audiovisual  content  to  Web  content  •  Providing  an  interacHve  video  experience  for  the  user  to  browse   objects  within  the  video  program  
  • 7. Video  annotaHon  
  • 8. Media  interlinking   Provenance Ontology for Provenance Management ANALYSIS RESULTS (Support for segmentation) Concepts, keywords LSCOM Fragment Entities (MFURI) Open Annotation Core Data Model Wikipedia Categories Media objects WEB CONTENT ITEMS
  • 9. Video  interacHvity  CONCEPT INPLAYER Cubism   Fauvism   Expressionism   FACETS / PROPERTIES OF CONCEPT CONTENT ENRICHMENT
  • 10. LinkedTV  implementaHon   A  LinkedTV  pla`orm   will  provide  access   to  the   funcHonaliHes  of   the  LinkedTV   experience:   annotaHon,  linking   and  playout   Client  LinkedTV   players  will  run   across  devices   (HTML5)  or  on   SmartTVs  (HbbTV)  
  • 11. LinkedTV  scenarios  Scenario 1: Scenario 2: Scenario 3:Interactive News Show Hyperlinked Documentary Media Arts  Professional news content   Cultural content from   Content and Performance produced by RBB S&V (1700 hours of by NUMEDIART Institute  Seed content: local news cultural heritage AV- for New Media Art show "rbb Aktuell" content under CCL) Technology   Seed content: "Antique Roadshow"   Mons: European Capital of Culture 2015. 11
  • 12. More information:- http://www.linkedtv.eu-  @linkedtv

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