Designing an object-based preproduction tool for multiscreen TV viewing
Multiscreen TV viewing refers to a spectrum of media productions that can be watched using TV and companion screens such as smartphones and tablets. In the last several years, companies are creating companion applications to enrich the TV viewing experience, but viewers are demotivated to consume them because they have to download dozens of second screen applications. This paper proposes to integrate the creation of companion screen content in a single object-based preproduction tool. It identifies, from the perspective of TV production professionals, the best paradigm and the needed features to support content authoring for multiscreen viewing experiences.
|Graphical interface design, Multiscreen viewing, Object-based broadcasting, Preproduction|
|British Broadcasting Corporation|
|Creating and Delivering Shared and Personalised Multi-Screen Broadcast and Broadband Experiences|
|ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems|
|Organisation||Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
Li, J, Zheng, Z, Meixner, B, Glancy, M, César Garcia, P.S, & Röggla, T. (2018). Designing an object-based preproduction tool for multiscreen TV viewing. In Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings. doi:10.1145/3170427.3188658