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Author Smith, Jason Mcc. ♦ Stotts, David ♦ Kum, Sang-Uok
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Language English
Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Hyperlink Anchor Generation ♦ Sgi O2 Platform ♦ Video Environment ♦ Video Trend Toward Dynamic Content ♦ Video Stream ♦ Video Stream Using Ovaltine ♦ New Opportunity ♦ Real-time Video Hypermedia System ♦ Extended Video ♦ Distributed Collaborative Environment ♦ Several Potential Us ♦ Term Hypervideo ♦ Example System ♦ Link Creation ♦ User-definable Linkage Area ♦ Anchor Generation ♦ Orthogonal Taxonomy ♦ Orthogonal Issue ♦ Digital Video ♦ Displayed Video Stream ♦ Hypervideo Anchor Creation ♦ User-clickable Anchor
Description As dynamically linked content follows the progression of statically linked media into the realm of video, new opportunities for link creation become apparent. In this paper we describe a real-time video hypermedia system with user-definable linkage areas, in a distributed collaborative environment. We also investigate the extension of such a system to automated link creation in video streams. In the process, we identify and describe orthogonal issues of hypervideo anchor creation. An example system, OvalTine, has been produced to illustrate several potential uses through configuration of an extended video conferencing application on the SGI O2 platform. KEYWORDS: Hypervideo, collaboration, automated anchor generation, digital video, streaming video TRENDS TOWARD DYNAMIC CONTENT We use the term hypervideo to refer to a displayed video stream that contains embedded user-clickable anchors. These anchors are logically attached to objects within the video environment, independent of loca...
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 2000-01-01
Publisher Institution Proc. of Hypertext 2000 (ACM), May, 2000