Improving the Quality of Multimedia Experience through Sensory Effects
In previous and related work sensory effects are presented as a tool for increasing the user experience of multimedia presentations by stimulating also other senses than vision or audition.
In this paper we primarily investigated the relationship of the Quality of Experience (QoE) due to various video bit-rates of multimedia contents annotated with sensory effects (e.g., wind, vibration, light). Therefore, we defined a subjective quality assessment methodology based on standardized methods. The paper describes the test environment, its setup, and conditions in detail.
Furthermore, we experimented with a novel voting device that allows for continuous voting feedback during a sequence in addition to the overall quality voting at the end of each sequence. The results obtained from the subjective quality assessment are presented and discussed thoroughly. In anticipation of the results we can report an improvement of the quality of the multimedia experience thanks to the sensory effects.
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