• HbbTV 2.0: Linking the Web seamlessly with Broadcast Television using LinkedTV

    Presented by Lyndon Nixon at the EBU BroadThinking event in Geneva, Switzerland, March 2015

  • LinkedTV Results at the end of the 3rd year

    Presented by Lyndon Nixon at the projects review meeting in St Augustin, Germany, December 2014

  • Video Hyperlinking: (Part A) Motivation and Vision, (Part B) Video Fragment Creation and Annotation for Hyperlinking, (Part C) Insights into hyperlinking Video Content

    Tutorial on “Video Hyperlinking” at IEEE ICIP 2014 and ACM MM 2014 by Vasileios Mezaris and Benoit Huet.

  • LinkedTV Results at the end of the 2nd year

    Presented by Lyndon Nixon at the projects review meeting in Hilversum, Netherlands, November 2013

  • Television linked to the web: the case for audiovisual archives

    FIAT/IFTA World Conference 2013, 25-28 October 2013, Dubai. Talk delivered by Johan Oomen, S&V.

  • Describing Media Assets: Media Fragment Specification and Description

    Second MediaMixer webinar, October 2013. Talk delivered by Raphaël Troncy, EURECOM.

  • Semantics at the Multimedia Fragment Level or How Enabling the Remixing of Online Media

    Shown at 10th Summer School on Ontology Engineering and the Semantic Web, July 2013, in Cercedilla, Spain. Talk delivered by Raphaël Troncy, EURECOM.

  • Fast object re-detection and localization in video for spatio-temporal fragment creation

    Shown at ICME MMIX 2013, Jul. 2013, San Jose, California, USA. Talk provided by Vasileios Mezaris.

  • VideoHypE: An Editor Tool for Supervised Automatic Video Hyperlinking

    Shown at EuroITV 2013, 24 June 2013, Como, Italy. Talk delivered by by Lotte Belice Baltussen, S&V.

  • User oriented overview of project: “LinkedTV: Building the future of television”

    Shown at Volt! by Lynda Hardman in Eindhoven, June 3rd 2013.

  • Video Hyperlinking voor Zoeken en Contextualisering

    The talk was delivered by by Lotte Belice Baltussen, Sound and Vision, The Netherlands at the iMMovator Cross Media Café “Uit het lab”, 12 February 2013, the Media Park in Hilversum, The Netherlands.
    More information please visit this link.

  • Annotating Streams of Heterogeneous Data for Topic Generation

    This invited talk was delivered by by by Giuseppe Rizzo, EURECOM, France on 6 February 2013 at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

  • Semantics at the Multimedia Fragment Level or How Enabling the Remixing of Online Media

    The talk was delivered by Raphaël Troncy, EURECOM, France, during the 6th tele-Task Symposium 2012 in Potsdam, Germany from 8th-9th of October 2012.

  • How Open Data Can Enhance Interactive Television

    The presentation was delivered by Lyndon Nixon, STI International Consulting and Research GmbH, Austria, during the Workshop, held in Bratislava during September 20th, 2012. The workshop was co-located with the  5th joint IFIP Wireless and Mobile Networking Conference (WMNC 2012).

    Purpose of the workshop is bringing together researchers and experts from academia as well as from business which came from Germany, Nederlands, Spain, Austria and Slovakia.

    This presentation was also delivered to the 1st Latin American Linked Data Meetup, in Cuenca, Ecuador, on 21 March 2013.

  • Implementation of Hyperlinks in videos with HTML5

    This presentation was presented by Rolf Fricke, Condat AG, during Xinnovations 2012 in Humboldt University in Berlin on September 11th, 2012.

    The main objective of the LinkedTV project is the integration of hyperlinks in videos to open up new possibilities for the interactive, seamless usage of video on the Web. One challenge is the placement of tags and hyperlinks above the video layer, which should be closely associated to the underlying media fragments for persons or objects shown in the video. As the media fragments dynamically appear, move and disappear a precise synchronization of the overlays and related media fragments is needed. We plan to implement these features together with further user interface features on the basis of the HTML5 elements video, CSS3 and web workers. As we target WebTV as well as Broadcast TV, we plan to provide a restricted HbbTV 1.1 implementation for TV-sets, but we finally expect to profit from a HTML5 integration in upcoming HbbTV releases.

  • Cross Media bei RBB (Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg)

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