Issue No. 04 - October/December (2003 vol. 10)
pp: 112, 111
Ramesh Jain , Georgia Institute of Technology
<p>Have you wondered why airlines usually rent headphones for $5.00? They charge you nothing for watching the image sequence. Does that mean that video is useless without the audio? Here's another thought to ponder. When television first appeared, the radio industry believed that it was doomed to fail because they thought nobody would be glued to a silly screen. It was audio, according to them, that conveyed all the information that people really cared for.</p>
R. Jain, "Are We Doing Multimedia?," in IEEE MultiMedia, vol. 10, no. , pp. 112, 111, 2003.