Multimedia Research at Microsoft: Making Audio and Video First-Class Objects (02 Mar 2001)
The Collaboration and Multimedia group is focused on making audio and video as versatile as print. Areas of experimentation include low-cost capture of audio and video, multimedia browsing and skimming, tele-presentation, and collaborative annotation of multimedia content. In order to understand the behavioral and social factors that are critical to the success of such technologies, we have conducted numerous experiments with prototype systems.
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