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"Jusque-là, il n’existait aucune émission de télévision entièrement transmédia."

"Jusque-là, il n’existait aucune émission de télévision entièrement transmédia." | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Le projet crossmedia "About:Kate" est construit autour des aventures d'une jeune trentenaire, Kate Harff, lors de son séjour dans une clinique psychiatrique. L'expérience télévisée est "augmentée" grâce à une application pour smartphone dédiée. Ce qui peut paraître simple nécessite cependant quelques prouesses technologiques. Des chercheurs en "audio-fingerprinting" de l'Institut Fraunhofer de systèmes intelligents d'analyse et d'information (IAIS) ont rendu l'expérience avec le second écran possible. ARTE Creative s'est entretenu avec Sebastian Tschöpel, architecte solution à l'IAIS, à propos d'ornithologie, de protection des données et de l'avenir de la télé.

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the intersection: The Future of ACR: A Major Weapon in the Digital Video Ecosystem Arms Race

the intersection: The Future of ACR: A Major Weapon in the Digital Video Ecosystem Arms Race | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

We’ve been talking about ACR (automatic content recognition) in blogs and at conferences for quite some time now (most recently, the 10th prediction for second screen trends in 2013).  For many players in the ecosystem (including consumers), the ability to trigger an event on the second screen based on what is happening on the first screen is somewhat of a holy grail of enabling technology capabilities.  But as we discussed at NAB in April and at IBC in September, this has so far remained elusive in terms of real scale for consumers reached because of the challenges inherent in each of the various approaches.

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ACR Platform Civolution Partners With DG To Monetize Second Screen Apps

LAS VEGAS — As demand for and usage of second screen apps grows, a shift towards the monetization of these apps can be seen.

 

As demand for and usage of second screen apps grows, a shift towards the monetization of these apps can be seen. To this end, Automatic Content Recognition (ACR) platform Civolution has partnered with ad management and distribution platform DG. We had the opportunity to speak with Civolution CEO Alex Terpstra at the 2nd Screen Summit at CES to find out more about the partnership. Terpstra explains that, "We see a shift now towards monetizing [second screen] platforms with advertisements, with click-throughs, and auto-functionality around advertisements." He says that the monetization of second screen platforms is “a critical topic for 2013.

 

Complete post : http://amslerzhs.typepad.com/blog/2013/01/acr-platform-civolution-partners-with-dg-to-monetize-second-screen-apps.html

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France Telecom’s Viaccess hooks up second screen with DEEP (Data Enrichment and Engagement Platform)

France Telecom’s Viaccess hooks up second screen with DEEP (Data Enrichment and Engagement Platform) | Big Media (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

France Telecom’s Viaccess-Orca launched a service package for second screen integration and engagement with a focus on enhanced metadata at IBC2012.

 

Called DEEP (Data Enrichment and Engagement Platform), the package enables pay TV operators to link PCs, tablets, smart phones, games consoles and other IP devices in the home more tightly to the service, and stimulate further activity around the content.

 

DEEP builds on existing standards such as DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) and UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) that facilitate automatic device discovery, and also on browser technology, adding new metadata creation methods developed by Viaccess-Orca itself, along with key contributions from two partners, TVersity and Audible Magic. TVersity provides the media server technology on top of DLNA, UPnP or the browser to enable devices to exchange content, supporting games consoles, most set top boxes, Blu-ray players, smart TVs, phones, PCs, and tablets. This comes as software loaded onto a PC, which can then discover devices automatically if they are DLNA or UPnP client. If not then the device can join in by pointing its browser to the PC.

 

Audible Magic’s contribution is its patented SmartID and CopySense automated content recognition (ACR) system using digital fingerprint technology to identify content by analyzing either audio or video image signals. Audible Magic claims that the system identifies content correctly over 99 percent of the time with zero false positives, at sub-second response time, and can do it on video clips down to five seconds in length.


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