Web and Television, Multiple Devices and Speeches and Presentations

Web and Television Interest Group,


Greetings. Regarding the report Repository of Existing Business-Level Use Cases for TVs In Tandem With Other Screens that Enrich Programs and Commercials via the Web, in addition to educational television, public broadcast television, and public affairs television programs, an interesting discussion topic is multiple devices and speeches and presentations.


Conceptually, the scenario includes uses of larger screens and display devices to support presenters while the audience can additionally view content on and utilize synchronized mobile devices. Presenters have made use of wall displays in meeting rooms and video walls in auditoriums and we can envision presentations designed for multiple devices with enhanced content for and enhanced interactivity for audience members with mobile devices.  Additionally topical are multiple devices and streaming and stored speeches and presentations.


Some example use cases include:


Navigating video presentations as per a table of contents. 


Viewing both presenters and presentation slides.


Hypertext-based transcripts, synchronized hypertext documents.


3D models of products and product features.


Interactive infographics for business data.


Files, documents or reports, videos or video clips, arriving at the start of presentations or presentation topics, indicated as content that the audience should already be familiar with.


Files, documents or reports, videos or video clips, arriving at the end of presentations or presentation topics, indicated as for follow-up reading for interested audience members.


Links to web content, files, documents and video, hypervideo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypervideo) where there exist various hypervideo hyperlink navigation options (http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-web-and-tv/2012Sep/0000.html).



As interesting, we can discuss the scenario of multiple devices for speeches and presentations, in auditoriums, during teleconferencing, and utilizing streaming or stored video, and possibly towards a document, a repository of use cases.




Kind regards,


Adam Sobieski

Received on Friday, 5 July 2013 02:54:15 UTC