The growing use of online videos across a wide range of applications, including education and training, demands new approaches to enhance their utility and the user experience, and to minimise or overcome their limitations. In addition, these new approaches must consider the needs of users with different requirements, abilities, and usage contexts. Advances in human-computer interaction, immersive video, artificial intelligence and adaptive systems can be effectively exploited to this aim, opening up exciting opportunities for enhancing the video medium. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together experts in the fields above and from popular application domains in order to provide a forum for discussing the current state-of-the-art and requirements for specific application domains, in addition to proposing experimental and theoretical approaches.

Advanced Visual Interfaces for Augmented Video

Coccoli M.;Galluccio I.;Torre I.;
2022-01-01

Abstract

The growing use of online videos across a wide range of applications, including education and training, demands new approaches to enhance their utility and the user experience, and to minimise or overcome their limitations. In addition, these new approaches must consider the needs of users with different requirements, abilities, and usage contexts. Advances in human-computer interaction, immersive video, artificial intelligence and adaptive systems can be effectively exploited to this aim, opening up exciting opportunities for enhancing the video medium. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together experts in the fields above and from popular application domains in order to provide a forum for discussing the current state-of-the-art and requirements for specific application domains, in addition to proposing experimental and theoretical approaches.
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