Interaction Design and User Needs for TV Broadcasts Enriched with Linked Open Data
Presented at the Workshop on Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage, Haifa, Israel
Increasingly, people are consuming television content on devices connected to the Internet that allow them to look up related information. In parallel, Europe is publishing growing amounts of Linked Open Data, including rich metadata about its cultural heritage. The goal of the LinkedTV project is to seamlessly interlink TV and Web content to enrich the user’s experience of both. Linked Data and semantic technologies enable broadcasters to achieve added value for their content at low cost through the re-use of existing metadata. We present two user studies related to different user scenarios: Interactive News and Hyperlinked Documentary). These studies reveal the different user requirements and information needs for these different scenarios, and resulted in the development of two types of interfaces.
|SmartTV, interactive television, Connected TV, semantic multimedia, media annotation, content analysis, second screens, automated linking, interaction design, user studies|
|Information (theme 2)|
|Television Linked To The Web|
|Workshop on Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage|
|Organisation||Human-centered Data Analysis|
Pérez Romero, L, Baltussen, L.B, van Leeuwen, P, Hildebrand, M, & Hardman, L. (2014). Interaction Design and User Needs for TV Broadcasts Enriched with Linked Open Data. In Proceedings of Workshop on Personalized Access to Cultural Heritage 2014 (PATCH). PATCH.