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NoteLook: taking notes in meetings with digital video and ink

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NoteLook: taking notes in meetings with digital video and ink
NoteLook is a client-server system designed and built to support multimedia note taking in meetings with digital video and ink. It is integrated into a conference room equipped with computer controllable video cameras, video conference camera, and a large display rear video projector. The NoteLook client application runs on wireless pen-based notebook computers. Video channels containing images of the room activity and presentation material are transmitted by the NoteLook servers to the clients, and the images can be interactively and automatically incorporated into the note pages. Users can select channels, snap in large background images and sequences of thumbnails, and write freeform ink notes. A smart video source management component enables the capture of high quality images of the presentation material from a variety of sources. For accessing and browsing the notes and recorded video, NoteLook generates Web pages with links from the images and ink strokes correlated to the vide...
Patrick Chiu, Ashutosh Kapuskar, Sarah Reitmeier,
Added 03 Aug 2010
Updated 03 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 1999
Where MM
Authors Patrick Chiu, Ashutosh Kapuskar, Sarah Reitmeier, Lynn Wilcox
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