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Jornada CÚbicS: Social TV: People, Devices and Networks - Marie-José Montpetit

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Presentació que anava a realitzar Marie-José Montpetit, investigadora en SocialTV al MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), dins de la jornada "CÚbicS: La transformació dels mitjans audiovisuals" al voltant del concepte "Social TV". Tot i que finalment no va poder assistir, ens autoritza la difusió del contingut.

La jornada es va realitzar el 2 de desembre de 2010 a l'Auditori del CaixaForum de Barcelona.

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Jornada CÚbicS: Social TV: People, Devices and Networks - Marie-José Montpetit

  1. 1. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Social TV:People, Devices and Networks Marie-José Montpetit Ph.D. Research Scientist Cúbics Conference December 2 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  2. 2. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Acknowledgements• Prof. Muriel Médard (MIT RLE)• Henry Holtzman (MIT Media Lab)• MIT Social TV Research Community
  3. 3. Network Coding and Reliable Communications GroupNetwork
  4. 4. Network Coding and Reliable Communications GroupNetwork
  5. 5. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group TV12/13/2010 5
  6. 6. Network Coding and Reliable Communications GroupTV
  7. 7. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group TV Experiences• Mobile – Not just device and networks but people• Social (personal) – Not just people but devices and networks• And more and more IP based – Both OTT and managed The “anywhere/anytime/any device” World is upon us
  8. 8. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Lean Forward Transaction Media Self Publishing SpacePersonal Social Media Media Personal Programming Community TV Lean BackRef. Nokia, 2009
  9. 9. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Disruptions – Enhanced and interactive experiences – Co-creation and story-telling – Leveraging time and place shifting – Device ecosystem – Novel interactivity devices – Heterogeneous Technology Internet – Wireless does not mean mobile – Peer to peer getting “out of prison” – Applications everywhere – High Bandwidth Experiences – and 3D12/13/2010 9
  10. 10. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group An Overview + ++ +
  11. 11. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Hypotheses• Devices do not end at their shells – But can combine their features• Networks do not end at the gateways – Use the home/edge resources – Provide context and use locality• Protocols should allow the melding of information not defend the border
  12. 12. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Social TV: more than tweets to the TV• Social TV linking people – Content/stories – Interactions• Social TV connecting devices – Not a device an ecosystem• Social TV composing networks – Enabling the edge12/13/2010 12
  13. 13. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Social Content– Connects the community across generations and continents • Use the TV screen as a familiar window on the Web • Web 2.0 as a familiar interactive medium for content creation
  14. 14. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Social Viewing• Community Generated Programming – The cyber-living room – The cyber-pub
  15. 15. Network Coding and Reliable Communications GroupUser Experience is KEY
  16. 16. Network Coding and Reliable Communications GroupSocial Devices
  17. 17. Network Coding and Reliable Communications GroupSocial Devices and Networks Mike Shafran, Ana Luisa Santos, ReeD Martin, MIT Media Laboratory
  18. 18. Network Coding and Reliable Communications GroupComposing Networks and Devices – Some goals: • Reduce delay in downloads especially for video and converged applications • P2P extended to multiple networks • Assumes information is distributed in the “community” • Enables multi-definition of “cost” – Example Algorithm: • Start download on the “cheapest” network • When delay goes above a certain threshold – “Borrow” on another network
  19. 19. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Examples• Deployments/demos – ITV Live (during the World Cup) – ExMachina – Living Labs• Technology – Boxee – GoogleTV – Yahoo Connected TV – Others (startup of the week!)
  20. 20. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Social TV @ MITCenter forComparative MediaMedia LabRLE Sloan, CSAIL
  21. 21. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Our Research (1)• Rediscover networking – Collaborative applications – Content distribution architectures – Network/device interconnectivity – Green networking
  22. 22. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Our Research (2)• Rediscover information – Trade transmission and storage: video is information – Recognize the importance of network ecosystems – Enable efficient content distribution at the edge – Develop content protection that protects rights and privacy not business cases
  23. 23. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Conclusion• Future of TV: Internet, mobility, social networks – Linking people, devices and networks – Liberating content from devices, time and space – Co-creation and advanced storytelling – New business models
  24. 24. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group mariejo@mit.edu12/13/2010 24

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