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Multi-device Timing at IBC 2016

From: Ingar Mæhlum Arntzen <ingar.arntzen@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2016 15:02:09 +0200
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Cc: public-webtiming@w3.org
Dear Web&TV IG members.

- second update from Multi-device Timing CG of the day :)

Njål Borch will be representing the Multi-device Timing CG at IBC 2016. If
you are present and care about multi-device/sync, you are welcome to get it
touch.

We are also publishing a new paper on multi-device timing at IBC 2016. The
paper is titled (rather boldly;)) "Timing: Small step for developers, giant
leap for the media industry" and is included as supporting paper in
the paper session: "Enhancing the Multi-screen Experience through
Synchronisation and Personalisation". For those present at IBC this
year session details may be found here [1].

The paper isn't overly technical, but focuses instead on how the
industry currently deals with timing, as well as pointing out opportunities
that would come from adopting the multi-device timing approach (i.e. timing
object + shared motion).

Paper can be found at the CG webpage [2]

Best,

Ingar Arntzen, chair Multi-device Timing CG

[1]
http://www.ibc.org/ibc2016-conference-programme/advances-in-technology-12
[2]
https://www.w3.org/community/webtiming/2016/09/02/multi-device-timing-at-ibc-2016/
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