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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 ...
An evaluation of a 3D multimodal marker-less motion analysis system.
Motion analysis is a technique used by clinicians (among many others) that quantifies human movement by using camera-based systems. Marker-based motion analysis systems have been used across a variety of application ...
The impact of scent type on olfaction-enhanced multimedia quality of experience.
In the quest to increase user perceived Quality of Experience (QoE), the classic audio-visual content paradigm can be extended to include media components that stimulate other human senses. Among these, olfaction-enhanced ...
Age and gender influences on perceived olfactory and visual media synchronization.
Lately, significant efforts have being put into proposing various solutions for increasing multimedia viewers’ perceived quality levels. One innovative avenue is to enhance users’ quality of experience (QoE) by extending ...
Application of Immersive technologies for education: state of the art.
Existing multimedia systems used in education mostly address only two senses by using two communication channels (visual and audio) of the five human senses (sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch), limiting the potential ...