Laura J. Muir
Video telephony for the deaf: analysis and development of an optimised video compression product.
Muir, Laura J.; Richardson, Iain E.G.
Iain E.G. Richardson
The multimedia capability of video telephony and video conferencing systems has many applications and benefits. This paper describes research and development that aims to optimise video compression systems for a specific application - personal communication at a distance for deaf people. Results of eye movement tracking experiments and proposals for image content prioritisation based on these results are presented. The requirement for an appropriate quality assessment methodology is also addressed.
|Start Date||Dec 1, 2002|
|Publication Date||Dec 31, 2002|
|Publisher||Association for Computing Machinery|
|Institution Citation||MUIR, L.J. and RICHARDSON, I.E.G. 2002. Video telephony for the deaf: analysis and development of an optimised video compression product. In Proceedings of the 10th Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) international conference on multimedia (MM'02), 1-6 December 2002, Juan-les-Pins, France. New York: ACM [online], pages 650-652. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1145/641007.641137|
|Keywords||Eye movement tracking; Image content prioritisation; Sign language; Video conferencing; Video telephony|
MUIR 2002 Video telephony for the deaf
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