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Interactive Multimedia

Interactive multimedia is clearly a field of fundamental research, social, educational and economical importance, as it combines multiple disciplines for the development of multimedia systems that are capable to sense the environment and dynamically process, edit, adjust or generate new content. For this purpose, ideas, theories, methodologies and inventions are combined in order to form novel applications and systems. This book presents novel scientific research, proven methodologies and interdisciplinary case studies that exhibit advances under Interfaces and Interaction, Interactive Multimedia Learning, Teaching and Competence Diagnosis Systems, Interactive TV, Film and Multimedia Production and Video Processing. The chapters selected for this volume offer new perspectives in terms of strategies, tested practices and solutions that, beyond describing the state-of-the-art, may be utilised as a solid basis for the development of new interactive systems and applications.

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Interactive MultimediaEdited by Ioannis Deliyannis

Published: March 7th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/2394

ISBN: 978-953-51-0224-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-5648-2

Copyright year: 2012

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60052 Total Chapter Downloads

36 Crossref Citations

36 Web of Science Citations

52 Dimensions Citations


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1. From Interactive to Experimental Multimedia

By Ioannis Deliyannis


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2. Educational Digital Recycling: Design of Videogame Based on “Inca Abacus”

By Jorge Montalvo


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3. Interactive Multimedia Module with Pedagogical Agent in Electrochemistry

By Kamisah Osman and Tien Tien Lee


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4. Fostering the Diagnostic Competence of Teachers with Multimedia Training – A Promising Approach?

By Christina Barth and Michael Henninger


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5. HigherEd 2.0: Web 2.0 in Higher Education

By Edward J. Berger and Charles M. Krousgrill


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6. Multimedia Approach in Teaching Mathematics – Examples of Interactive Lessons from Mathematical Analysis and Geometry

By Marina Milovanović, Đurđica Takači and Aleksandar Milajić


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7. Multimedia Teaching Contents: Creating and Integrating Activities in New Learning Environments

By Manuela Damiana Guedes and Pedro Almeida


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8. Developing Attention-Aware and Context-Aware User Interfaces on Handheld Devices

By Massimo Ancona, Betty Bronzini, Davide Conte and Gianluca Quercini


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9. Multimedia Design Decisions, Visualisations and the User’s Experience

By Sue Fenley


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10. Digital Scope on 2D Communication Sheet for Location-Specific Multimedia Service

By Bing Zhang, Youiti Kado, Kiyohiko Hattori and Jiang Yu Zheng


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11. Building Adaptive Rich Interfaces for Interactive Ubiquitous Applications

By Carlos Eduardo Cirilo, Antonio Francisco do Prado, Wanderley Lopes de Souza and Luciana Aparecida Martinez Zaina


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12. Using RFID/NFC and QR-Code in Mobile Phones to Link the Physical and the Digital World

By Mabel Vazquez-Briseno, Francisco I. Hirata, Juan de Dios Sanchez-Lopez, Elitania Jimenez-Garcia, Christian Navarro-Cota and Juan Ivan Nieto-Hipolito


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13. Bringing All Users to the Television: A Platform Based on Java for Building Interactive Television Applications

By João Benedito dos Santos Junior


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14. Molecular Model for Multimedia Screenwriting

By Lamboux-Durand Alain


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15. Real-Time Multimedia Stream Data Processing in a Supercomputer Environment

By Henryk Krawczyk and Jerzy Proficz


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