One of the goals of next generation broadcasting services is to provide realistic media contents to the users. Realistic media contents are media with multiple sensorial effects (mulsemedia) aimed at increasing user's experience through the five sense representation (i.e., taste, sight, touch, smell, and hearing). In this research area, a key issue is the measure of the impact of mulsemedia on the perceived user's quality of experience (QoE). This paper provides an updated overview of the researches achieved in the domain of QoE for mulsemedia services. Results are summarized based on subjective quality assessments for audiovisual sequences enriched with effects, such as ambient light, wind and vibration effects. This paper aims at providing the broadcasting community with a survey to understand the role that mulsemedia could play in the QoE enhancement in future broadcasting services. With this purpose, the research challenges that may motivate additional researches are described.

Enhancing TV broadcasting services: A survey on mulsemedia quality of experience

Jalal, Lana;Murroni, Maurizio
2017

Abstract

One of the goals of next generation broadcasting services is to provide realistic media contents to the users. Realistic media contents are media with multiple sensorial effects (mulsemedia) aimed at increasing user's experience through the five sense representation (i.e., taste, sight, touch, smell, and hearing). In this research area, a key issue is the measure of the impact of mulsemedia on the perceived user's quality of experience (QoE). This paper provides an updated overview of the researches achieved in the domain of QoE for mulsemedia services. Results are summarized based on subjective quality assessments for audiovisual sequences enriched with effects, such as ambient light, wind and vibration effects. This paper aims at providing the broadcasting community with a survey to understand the role that mulsemedia could play in the QoE enhancement in future broadcasting services. With this purpose, the research challenges that may motivate additional researches are described.
9781509049370
Mulsemedia; Quality of Experience; Sensory Effects; Subjective Quality Assessment; Computer Graphics and Computer-Aided Design; Computer Networks and Communications; Computer Science Applications1707 Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition; Human-Computer Interaction; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Media Technology; Communication
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