Issue No. 04 - October-December (1997 vol. 4)
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Responsive multimedia refers to a melding of media forms that has the ability to react in some way to audience identity, circumstances, equipment, and actions. Cutting-edge responsive multimedia works often involve a collaboration among many people of varying expertise and require innovation at many levels, from the incorporation of a new sensor or display technology to the structuring of media objects and their behaviors. Tools should therefore be designed to support the multilevel nature of such projects, in terms of both authoring and user-base. In this article we present a scripting environment designed with this goal in mind and our experiences using it to develop several major multimedia prototypes ranging from interactive stories to live communication systems.
scripting languages, responsive multimedia, multilevel authoring
V. M. Bove, Jr. and S. Agamanolis, "Multilevel Scripting for Responsive Multimedia," in IEEE MultiMedia, vol. 4, no. , pp. 40-50, 1997.