BRIDGET will open new dimensions for multimedia content creation and consumption by enhancing broadcast programmes with bridgets: links from the programme you are watching to external interactive media elements such as web pages, images, audio clips, different types of video (2D, multi-view, with depth information, free viewpoint) and synthetic 3D models.
Bridgets can be:
To deliver the above, BRIDGET will develop:
The AT and player will use a range of sophisticated and innovative technologies extending state-of-the-art media analysis and visual search, and 3D scene reconstruction, which will enable customised and context-adapted hybrid broadcast/Internet services offering enhanced interactive, multi-screen, social and immersive content for new forms of AR experiences. BRIDGET tools will be based on and contribute to international standards, thus ensuring the creation of a true horizontal market and ecosystem for connected TV and contributed media applications.
|University of Surrey
|Fraunhofer Gesellschaft||Huawei Technologies Düsseldorf GmbH|
|Institut Mines-Télécom||RAI – Radiotelevisione Italiana|
|Telecom Italia S.p.A.||Universidad Politécnica de Madrid|