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A tutorial for olfaction-based multisensorial media application design and evaluation.
Recently, multimedia researchers have added several so-called new media to the traditional multimedia components (e.g., olfaction, haptic, and gustation). Evaluating multimedia user-perceived Quality of Experience (QoE) ...
Subjective evaluation of olfactory and visual media synchronization.
As a step towards enhancing users' perceived multimedia quality levels beyond the level offered by the classic audiovisual systems, the authors present the results of an experimental study which looked at user's perception ...
Multiple-scent enhanced multimedia synchronization.
This study looked at users' perception of inter-stream synchronization between audiovisual media and two olfactory streams. The ability to detect skews, and the perception and impact of skews on user quality of experience ...
Olfaction-enhanced multimedia: a survey application domains, displays and research challenges.
Recently, the concept of olfaction-enhanced multimedia applications has gained traction as a step towards further enhancing user quality of experience. The next generation of rich media services will be immersive and ...
User-profile-based olfactory and visual media synchronization.
As a step towards enhancing users’ perceived multimedia quality levels, the authors present the results of a study which looked at user’s perception of inter-stream synchronization between scent and video. The ability to ...
Audio masking effect on inter-component skews in olfaction-enhanced multimedia presentations.
Media-rich content plays a vital role in consumer applications today, as these applications try to find new and interesting ways to engage their users. Video, audio, and the more traditional forms of media content continue ...