For the PEACH project, we explored how to support museum visitors who want to learn more about particular works of art seen. To do so, we created film documentaries automatically using rudimentary information about their content. Specifically, we used pictures of artworks along with a knowledge base of facts about them to automatically construct short, movie-like multimedia presentations constructing them in the same way that documentaries are made. The aim was to allow information to be personalized for each user, according to preferences and interests, as well as current and past interactions with the system.

Cinematographic techniques for automatic documentary-like presentations

Not, Elena;Stock, Oliviero;Zancanaro, Massimo
2007

Abstract

For the PEACH project, we explored how to support museum visitors who want to learn more about particular works of art seen. To do so, we created film documentaries automatically using rudimentary information about their content. Specifically, we used pictures of artworks along with a knowledge base of facts about them to automatically construct short, movie-like multimedia presentations constructing them in the same way that documentaries are made. The aim was to allow information to be personalized for each user, according to preferences and interests, as well as current and past interactions with the system.
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