Mobile TV: Customizing Content and Experience / Edition 1by Aaron Marcus
Pub. Date: 12/16/2009
Publisher: Springer London
This book will present significant projects and studies carried out in academia and in industry seeking to develop new mobile multimedia systems that go beyond mobile TV (in terms of purely media streaming) and are more enjoyable and relevant for the nomadic and peripatetic user. To do this, it will showcase successful methodologies and new relevant solutions that extend the field of action of people on the move, improving, at the same time, the quality of their mobile experience.
The objectectives of the book are as follows:
to gain insight into the future of mobile TV and mobile video in general;
to explore the user-experience in mobile and pervasive interactive multimedia systems;
to question the essential correlation between mobile video and users' context;
to analyse how these systems can encourage the creation of mobile communities;
to understand how these systems can be evaluated;
to unveil relevant scenarios for mobile storytelling (creation and sharing);
to understand how sociability can be achieved in nomadic contexts;
to analyse how mobile digital content could evolve;
to examine advanced interaction modalities for mobile video, and to discuss techniques to anticipate how nomadic cultures can shape trends in technology.
Table of Contents
What It All Means: Six Perspectives on Mobile TV.- Mobile TV: Customizing Content and Experience.- Mobile TV’s Time to Shine Has Arrived.- Saddlebags, Paperbacks and Mobile Media.- The Path Tells a Story.- to Social TV.- The Sociability of Mobile TV.- Interactive TV Narrativity.- User Experience and Design of Mobile TV in Everyday Life.- Culture, Interface Design, and Design Methods for Mobile Devices.- Mobile Video in Everyday Social Interactions.- Does Mobile Television Enhance a New Television Experience?.- Innovation Through Conceptual and Participatory Design for Mobile Multimedia Systems.- An Ambient Intelligence Framework for the Provision of Geographically Distributed Multimedia Content to Mobility Impaired Users.- Creativity in Interactive TV: Personalize, Share, and Invent Interfaces.- Understanding the Context: Data Gathering, Requirements and Evaluation Methodologies.- Content for Mobile Television: Issues Regarding a New Mass Medium Within Today’s ICT Environment.- Different Attitudes Concerning the Usage of Live Mobile TV and Mobile Video.- User Experience Evaluation in the Mobile Context.- Context and Sociability in Mobile Interactive Multimedia Systems.- Social Properties of Mobile Video.- m-YouTube Mobile UI: Video Selection Based on Social Influence.- Scenarios of Use for Sociable Mobile TV.- “What Are You Viewing?” Exploring the Pervasive Social TV Experience.- Advanced Interaction Modalities with Mobile Digital Content.- m-LoCoS UI: A Universal Visible Language for Global Mobile Communication.- The Future of Mobile TV: When Mobile TV Meets the Internet and Social Networking.- From One to Many Boxes: Mobile Devices as Primary and Secondary Screens.- Watch-and-Comment as an Approach to Collaboratively Annotate Points of Interest in Video and Interactive-TV Programs.- Conclusion (The Mobile Future).
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