schraefel, m.c., Wilson, Max L. and Karam, Maria
Preview Cues: Enhancing Access to Multimedia Content s.n.
We describe preview cues, a lightweight mechanism to assist exploration of multimedia content. A preview cue provides a preview of the kind of content/information associated with an area (as opposed to an instance) of a domain. Preview cues associate media files and their meta data with the label of a topic in a domain. A lightweight gesture such as brushing a cursor over a label initiates playback of the preview cue file associated with that label. With these cues, users can preview the type of content associated with an area of a domain in order to decide whether or not that area is of interest for further exploration before having to select it. In this paper we describe the preview cues mechanism. We look at one case study of an implementation of preview cues in the audio domain, and we present the results of a user study of preview cue deployment. We conclude with a discussion of issues for future research.
||Event Dates: October 2004
||Agents, Interactions & Complexity
||28 Aug 2004
||23 Feb 2017 14:09
|Further Information:||Google Scholar|
Actions (login required)