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Spatial browsing to retrieve multimedia information

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2 Author(s)
L. Nikolovska ; Philips Design, Eindhoven, Netherlands ; J. Martino

Burgeoning consumer products and services provided through cable, television, and the World Wide Web (WWW) make it challenging for consumers to organize and use their home entertainment and information centers. Assuming that this large amount of home entertainment multimedia information will come to consumers' homes through a television or a television-like device, the Spatial Browsing project explores a 3D interface solution to multimedia database browsing and searching. Philips Research in Briarcliff, New York is developing various algorithms for browsing and retrieving information in large multimedia databases. As a design research effort, the Spatial Browsing project further augments the available in-house technology in developing user interface design concepts for interacting with such databases

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IEEE MultiMedia  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 2 )