Media Enrichment on Distributed Displays by Selective Information Presentation: A First Prototype
The Internet offers a wide range of information and media content. Currently, users who are watching a video and look for related information have to search for it by themselves. In our recent work we focused on how to enrich video content with additional related information. This paper presents an approach to extend media enrichment to support the presentation of additional content on multiple distributed displays. Our approach focuses on real time synchronization between a video on one display and the presentation of related information on the same or any other display with a web browser.
KeywordsMedia enrichment mashups mobile web applications HTML5
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