Back Talk: An Auditory Environment for Sociable Television Viewing

Title
Back Talk: An Auditory Environment for Sociable Television Viewing
Authors
Andrea Colaco김익재Chris Schmandt
Keywords
social TV; remote experience; smile graph
Issue Date
2011-01
Publisher
IEEE CCNC
Abstract
Video content is being consumed in a host of new ways - viewers are no longer restricted to same-time or same-place viewing. However, the experience of watching with a group is inherently social and often desirable despite the physical distribution of group members. This paper introduces Back Talk, a system designed to create a sociable television watching experience. We enhance TV viewing with an auditory environment around a listener. We have explored and leveraged the richness of audio to convey presence of remote viewers. We have developed a novel framework for capturing and translating engagement of an individual into a set of audio cues that are played spatially around a listener. Such auditory enhancements can augment video content consumption in the future.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/39437
ISSN
0197-2618
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