CoStream: In-situ Co-construction of Shared Experiences

Mobile live video broadcasting has become increasingly popular as means for novel social media interactions. Recent research mainly focused on bridging larger physical distances in large-scale events such as car racing, where participants are unable to spectate from a certain location in the event. In this project, we advocate using live video streams not only over larger distances, but also in-situ in closed events such as soccer matches or concerts. We present CoStream, a mobile live video sharing system and present its iterative design process. We used CoStream as an instrument in a field study to investigate the in-situ co-construction of shared experiences during live events.

 


Publications

Niloofar Dezfuli, Jochen Huber, Elizabeth F. Churchill, Max Mühlhäuser. 2013.
CoStream: Co-construction of Shared Experiences through Mobile Live Video Sharing.
In: Proceedings of the 27th BCS Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (BCS-HCI '13), p. to appear, British Computer Society, September 2013.

Niloofar Dezfuli, Jochen Huber, Simon Olberding, and Max Mühlhäuser. 2012. CoStream: in-situ co-construction of shared experiences through mobile video sharing during live events.
In Proceedings of the 2012 ACM annual conference extended abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts (CHI EA '12). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 2477-2482.
http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2212776.2223822

People

Students:

  • Sebastian Günther (BSc Thesis)
  • Florian Müller (Student Research Assistant)

Former Project Members

  • Simon Olberding (Doctoral Candidate, now at MIT Media Lab)
  • Manuel Weiel (BSc Thesis)
  • Manolis Pavlakis (Student Research Assistant)
  • Klaus Wilhelmi (Student Research Assistant)
  • Daniel Storck (Student Research Assistant)
  • Florian Kirchbuchner (Student Research Assistant)

Talk and Touch News

21.08.2013

Article about Test Driven Development of Voice User Interfaces

The trend and innovation Blog Smarter Service published our article about Test Driven Development of Voice User Interfaces (German only). [more]


08.07.2013

Accepted work at SigDial

Our submission on how the integration of Prolog as a datamodel in SCXML has been accepted at SigDial. Here, we extend our approaches regarding the W3C MMI architecture and made a huge step forward towards enbling the Information... [more]


08.07.2013

Article about Unit Testing for Voice Based Application

Our article about approaches to enable test driven development concepts for voice-based applications has been published at OBJEKTspektrum. Here, we compare our proposed framework for VoiceXML unit testing with current... [more]


04.07.2013

Accepted work at SiMPE 2013

Two papers have been accepted for the upcoming workshop on Speech in Mobile and Pervasive Environments (SiMPE) held in conjunction with mobileHCI. Spatial Audio with the W3C Architecture for Multimodal InterfacesVoice-based... [more]


19.04.2013

Talks about (J)VoiceXMLUnit

In his Bachelor Thesis at the Talk&Touch group at the Telecooperation Lab Raphael Groner developed an initial framework to enable unit testing in VoiceXML. This approach paves the way for test driven development... [more]


11.04.2013

Article about MMI

Our article at Springer's Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces about our experiences when implementing the W3C standard for Multimodal architectures and interfaces has been published as an Online First... [more]


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