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Carmen Mac Williams

Carmen Mac Williams
Grassroots Arts and Research, Cologne, Germany · Research

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In the video we summarize our experiences as researchers in running the ICT European research pojects, “LIVE -- Live Staging of Media Events” and “CitizenMedia”. Carmen MacWilliams and Georg Trogemann were responsible for the content research workgroup in LIVE, and created the staging plan for the iTV broadcast of the Olympic Games 2008 with the he...
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The EU IP project LIVE investigates novel iTV formats, production methods and tools for staging of live media events in a professional broadcast environment. The vision of LIVE is to change the role of the traditional live TV Director to become a future Video Conductor communicating in real-time with his audience. The concept of "video conducting"...
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Innovations in hardware and network technologies lead to an exploding number of non-interrelated parallel media streams. Per se this does not mean any additional value for consumers. Broadcasting and advertisement industries have not yet found new formats to reach the individual user with their content.In this work we propose and describe a novel d...
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Today's TV broadcasting companies are highly professionalized in the production of linear TV formats. Workflows and technologies for these linear formats are reliable, the production personnel is highly skilled and we can trust in well-known viewing habits of the consumers. The key issue of this paper is: how do we enable such a broadcasting workin...

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A Centre of Excellence delivering next generation AI Research and Training at the service of Media, Society and Democracy.
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A project investigating embodied online dancing and partying supported by Extended Reality techniques and AI powered digital characters. The Carousel project investigates novel, original and imaginative combinations of Artificial Intelligence and immersive interaction technologies, to allow people to feel each other’s presence, touch, and movement, even if they are not in the same physical space. The project final goal is to help people to increase happiness by combating loneliness. More details are available on our website : https://www.carouseldancing.org This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101017779. Details on the support of the European Union are provided here : https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/101017779