Paper Session: Object & data-based media
Interest in object-based media, the idea that a service can be conveyed as a segmented collection of objects and reconstructed intelligently in a version which meets the specific requirements of the viewer, has been growing for several years. They offer unique flexibility but at the cost of increased production effort and decoder processing. In this session we shall look at the very latest ideas, technologies and productions, notably those arising from a European collaborative research initiative.
Discover the challenges faced in designing a pilot object-based radio service which delivers immersive and personalised experiences. Learn how new tools permit the production of object-based drama, cookery and interactive content.
We shall also look at the use of factual data in programme content. In these days of fake news, how can we ensure that numerical facts are rigorously checked? Join us to explore the latest thinking.
Papers in order of presentation:
Andreas Silzle, Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer IIS, Germany , "ORPHEUS AUDIO PROJECT: PILOTING AN END-TO-END OBJECT-BASED AUDIO BROADCASTING CHAIN"
Sabino Metta, Researcher, RAI Radiotelevisione italiana, Italy, "AN END-TO-END APPROACH FOR DELIVERING DATA-DRIVEN STORIES"
Jasmine Cox, Designer, BBC Research & Development, United Kingdom, "MOVING OBJECT-BASED MEDIA PRODUCTION FROM ONE-OFF EXAMPLES TO SCALABLE WORKFLOWS"