Structured Video Computing

Yoshinobu Tonomura, Akihito Akutsu, Yukinobu Taniguchi and Gen Suzuki,     NTT Human Interface Laboratories

Video is becoming increasingly important for multimedia applications, but computers should allow us to do more than just passively watch. They should broaden our viewing styles. We propose a way for computers to structure video and several new interfaces that make video easier to browse and search.

Video is becoming a very important medium, not only for professional and business use, but also for personal use. However, digital video technology implies much more than evidenced by current video applications, which just access and replay movies interactively. Computers offer the potential for different viewing ...

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