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|Title:||Quality of experience study for multiple sensorial media delivery|
|Publisher:||Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.|
|Citation:||IWCMC 2014 - 10th International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference, 2014, 1142 - 1146|
|Abstract:||Traditional video sequences make use of both visual images and audio tracks which are perceived by human eyes and ears, respectively. In order to present better ultra-reality virtual experience, the comprehensive human sensations (e.g. olfaction, haptic, gustatory, etc) needed to be exploited. In this paper, a multiple sensorial media (mulsemedia) delivery system is introduced to deliver multimedia sequences integrated with multiple media components which engage three or more of human senses such as sight, hearing, olfaction, haptic, gustatory, etc. Three sensorial effects (i.e. haptic, olfaction, and air-flowing) are selected for the purpose of demonstration. Subjective test is conducted to analyze the user perceived quality of experience of the mulsemedia service. It is concluded that the mulsemedia sequences can partly mask the decreased movie quality. Additionally the most preferable sensorial effect is haptic, followed by air-flowing and olfaction.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Computer Science Research Papers|
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