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Miller, Gregor, Fels, Sidney, Hajri, Abir Al, Ilich, Michael, Foley-Fisher, Zoltan, Fernandez, Manuel and Jang, Daesik (2011): MediaDiver: viewing and annotating multi-view video. In: Proceedings of ACM CHI 2011 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2011. pp. 1141-1146. Available online

We propose to bring our novel rich media interface called MediaDiver demonstrating our new interaction techniques for viewing and annotating multiple view video. The demonstration allows attendees to experience novel moving target selection methods (called Hold and Chase), new multi-view selection techniques, automated quality of view analysis to switch viewpoints to follow targets, integrated annotation methods for viewing or authoring meta-content and advanced context sensitive transport and timeline functions. As users have become increasingly sophisticated when managing navigation and viewing of hyper-documents, they transfer their expectations to new media. Our proposal is a demonstration of the technology required to meet these expectations for video. Thus users will be able to directly click on objects in the video to link to more information or other video, easily change camera views and mark-up the video with their own content. The applications of this technology stretch from home video management to broadcast quality media production, which may be consumed on both desktop and mobile platforms.

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Mller, Stefanie, Miller, Gregor and Fels, Sidney (2010): Using temporal video annotation as a navigational aid for video browsing. In: Proceedings of the 2010 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2010. pp. 445-446. Available online

Video is a complex information space that requires advanced navigational aids for effective browsing. The increasing number of temporal video annotations offers new opportunities to provide video navigation according to a user's needs. We present a novel video browsing interface called TAV (Temporal Annotation Viewing) that provides the user with a visual overview of temporal video annotations. TAV enables the user to quickly determine the general content of a video, the location of scenes of interest and the type of annotations that are displayed while watching the video. An ongoing user study will evaluate our novel approach.

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