Presentation on theme: "User Centric Future Media Internet Janko Calic 1, Petros Daras 2, Nick Achilleopoulos 3, Marianna Panebarco 4, Oscar Mayora 5, Peter Stollenmayer 6, Doug."— Presentation transcript:
User Centric Future Media Internet Janko Calic 1, Petros Daras 2, Nick Achilleopoulos 3, Marianna Panebarco 4, Oscar Mayora 5, Peter Stollenmayer 6, Doug Williams 7, Tim Pennick 7, Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann 8, Carmen Guerrero 9, Michiel Pelt 10, Tim McGrath 11, Eugenia Fuenmayor 12, Nikolaos Papaoulakis 13, Federico Alvarez 14, Elias Kalapanidas 15, Alex Shani 16, Jean-Yves Le Moine 17 1 I-Lab, University of Surrey, UK; 2 CERTH/ITI, Thessaloniki, Greece, 3 Archetypon, Athens, Greece, 4 Panebarco, Ravenna, Italy, 5 CREATE- NET, Trento, Italy, 6 EURESCOM, Heidelberg, Germany, 7 BT, Ipswich, UK, 8 Miralab, Geneva, Switzerland, 9 Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, Spain 10 Alcatel-Lucent, Grimbergen, Belgium 11 DES, UK 12 Barcelona Media, Barcelona, Spain 13 NTUA, Athens, Greece, 14 UPM, Madrid, Spain 15 Systema, Athens, Greece, 16 Exent, Israel, 17 JCP Consultant, Paris, France
User Centric Cluster Activity sparked from the IST Networked Media Unit Ongoing FP6 & FP7 EU funded projects Vision on: –Personalised and Creative Media, –3D & Immersive Media and –Future Media Internet Communities
I-Lab research areas - Video and Speech coding - Multimedia analysis - HCI and user aspects Centre for Communication Systems Research Research facilities for visualisation, immersive environments, virtual collaboration and pro-audio University of Surrey
Why? Explosion of the WWW followed by the Semantic Web and Web 2.0 Its social implications Internet-based audiovisual material produced by professional and recently by amateur users Therefore, the vision that the Future Internet will be an Internet of Media is a reality.
Themes 3D Media Internet Content aware networks and network aware content/applications, User centric search & retrieval User Generated Content and Interaction Immersive media experiences beyond HDTV, co-existence of virtual with physical worlds FI Communities
Work groups of UCMC WG1: Personalised & Creative Media WG2: 3D & Immersive Media WG3: Future Media Internet Communities
User experience HCI essence New modalities UX model Behaviour Application & Role Personalised adaptive media
Security Towards Trust, Privacy, Security & Protection Guaranteed service availability Misuse and related liabilities Identification in the Online Environment - Virtual identity card
UCM Challenges in FMI Content aware networks and network aware content/applications –Content Delivery –Content Service Networks –3D data exchange and interoperation User generated content FIM Collaboration/Interaction
Interfaces Spatial interactive immersive audio Supporting social communication and interaction Immersive media experiences beyond HDTV Coupling of virtual with physical worlds User centric search & retrieval
Economic & Social Impact European IPR Trends in managing copyrights Digital rights Management Standardization Avoiding the digital divide International collaboration
Conclusions FI brings new possibilities –Bandwidth, routing, QoS, etc. FM got new demands –3D, HD, immersive, etc. Bridge between network and content User Centred
Acknowledgements The UCM cluster consists of representatives from the following FP6 & FP7 EU funded projects: –VICTORY, DIVAS, VIRTUALLIFE, SAMBA, TA2, INTERMEDIA, CONTENT CITIZENMEDIA, MY- MEDIA, MY-E-DIRECTOR-2012, 20-20 3D MEDIA, SAME, ARENA, PLAYMANCER, CHORUS, GAMES@LARGE, VISNET II. The UCM members would like to thank the UCM cluster coordinator Mr. Isidro Laso Ballesteros
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