Noterik got invited to give a presentation at a Second Screen Seminar on the Do’s & Don’ts of 2nd Screen. The seminar is organized by SPOT, which is a Foundation for Television Promotion and the marketing center for Dutch TV advertising. Watch here to watch video recordings of the presentation. Click here to download the slides.
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The Dutch institute Sound and Vision (Beeld en Geluid) is adding part of their video collection to the Europeana Fashion project. In order to select specific fashion scenes from their videos, Sound and Vision is using Noterik’s Fragment Tagging tool.
Our Multiscreen Toolkit is presented by Daniel Ockeloen at the EuroITV Conference on June 24-26th in the demo sessions as well as in the 4th Future of Television workshop. The toolkit enables rapid prototyping of multiscreen applications, allowing developers and designers to focus on their concept ideas, rather than having to deal with synchronization and communication Read more…
We presented our Media Fragment Service during a regular LinkedTV meeting in Prague. Pieter van Leeuwen gave a presentation on the functionalities and the way to connect to the service using our API. Main goal of the service it to generates temporal media fragments in real time from a video file.
During the Dutch Technology Week VOLT organised an the event Dubbel zien (seeing double). During the event Noterik gave a presentation on the Multiscreen Application that are developed within the LinkedTV project. VOLT is a digital experience center in the field of media technology, arts and innovation.
On the 30th of May Noterik, Beeld en Geluid and TNO jointly organised a HBBnext meeting on research results related to Smart TV applications. During the meeting Daniel Ockeloen gave a presentation on the way Multiscreen Application are evolving and he gave an introduction into Multiscreen Toolkit that is also used within the LinkedTV project.
On May 15th we organized a paper prototyping workshop around the theme of Oral History. Altogether six people from Dutch research and content provider institutions participated in the workshop. We developed ideas on how researchers and the general public can be engaged in interesting ways with Oral History collections.