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FP7 BRIDGET

BRIDGET

Project reference: 610691
Funded under

BRIDGING THE GAP FOR ENHANCED BROADCAST

From 2013-11-01 to 2016-10-31, ongoing project

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 5 286 751

EU contribution:

EUR 3 547 278

Coordinated in:

United Kingdom

Call for proposal:

FP7-ICT-2013-10See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

CP - Collaborative project (generic)
BRIDGET is opening new dimensions for multimedia content creation and consumption by enhancing broadcast programmes with bridgets.  A bridget links from the programme you are watching to second screen, interactive media such as web pages, images, audio clips, different types of video (2D, multi-view, with depth information, free viewpoint) and synthetic 3D models.
Bridgets can be:
• created automatically or manually by broadcasters, either from their own content (e.g., archives, Internet and other services) or from wider Internet sources;
• created by end users, either from their local archives or from Internet content;
• transmitted in the broadcast stream or independently;
• filtered by a recommendation engine based on user profile, relevance, quality, etc.;
• enjoyed on the common main screen or a private second screen, in a user-centric and immersive manner, e.g., within 3D models allowing users to place themselves inside an Augmented Reality (AR) scene at the exact location from which the linked content was captured.
To deliver the above, BRIDGET will develop:
• a hybrid broadcast/Internet architecture;
• a professional Authoring Tool (AT) to generate bridgets and dynamic AR scenes with spatialised audio;
• an easy-to-use AT for end users;
• a player to select bridgets, and consume and navigate the resulting dynamic AR scenes.
The AT and player will use a range of sophisticated and innovative technologies extending state-of-the-art 3D scene reconstruction, media analysis and visual search; enabling customised and context-adapted hybrid broadcast/Internet services offering enhanced interactive, multi-screen, social and immersive content for new forms of AR experiences. BRIDGET tools will be based on and contribute to international standards, thus ensuring the creation of a true horizontal market and ecosystem for connected TV and contributed media applications.

Objective

BRIDGET will open new dimensions for multimedia content creation and consumption by enhancing broadcast programmes with bridgets: links from the programme you are watching to external interactive media elements such as web pages, images, audio clips, different types of video (2D, multi-view, with depth information, free viewpoint) and synthetic 3D models.<br/>Bridgets can be:• created automatically or manually by broadcasters, either from their own content (e.g., archives, Internet and other services) or from wider Internet sources;• created by end users, either from their local archives or from Internet content;• transmitted in the broadcast stream or independently;• filtered by a recommendation engine based on user profile, relevance, quality, etc.;• enjoyed on the common main screen or a private second screen, in a user-centric and immersive manner, e.g., within 3D models allowing users to place themselves inside an Augmented Reality (AR) scene at the exact location from which the linked content was captured.<br/>To deliver the above, BRIDGET will develop:• a hybrid broadcast/Internet architecture;• a professional Authoring Tool (AT) to generate bridgets and dynamic AR scenes with spatialised audio;• an easy-to-use AT for end users;• a player to select bridgets, and consume and navigate the resulting dynamic AR scenes.<br/>The AT and player will use a range of sophisticated and innovative technologies extending state-of-the-art media analysis and visual search, and 3D scene reconstruction, which will enable customised and context-adapted hybrid broadcast/Internet services offering enhanced interactive, multi-screen, social and immersive content for new forms of AR experiences. BRIDGET tools will be based on and contribute to international standards, thus ensuring the creation of a true horizontal market and ecosystem for connected TV and contributed media applications.

Related information

Coordinator

UNIVERSITY OF SURREY
United Kingdom

EU contribution: EUR 712 000


Stag Hill
GU2 7XH GUILDFORD
United Kingdom
Administrative contact: Maria Sega-Buhalis
Tel.: +44 1483 683498
Fax: +44 1483 683791
E-mail

Participants

Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH
Germany

EU contribution: EUR 319 500


AM SEESTERN
40547 DUESSELDORF
Germany
Administrative contact: Thomas Hungenberg
Tel.: +49 211 52295
E-mail
FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FORDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG EV
Germany

EU contribution: EUR 463 960


Hansastrasse
80686 MUNCHEN
Germany
Administrative contact: Andrea Zeumann
Tel.: +49 89 1205 2723
Fax: +49 89 1205 7534
E-mail
UNIVERSIDAD POLITECNICA DE MADRID
Spain

EU contribution: EUR 377 037


CALLE RAMIRO DE MAEZTU
28040 MADRID
Spain
Administrative contact: Roberto Prieto López
Tel.: +34 913366048
Fax: +34 913365974
E-mail
Institut Mines-Telecom
France

EU contribution: EUR 481 412


RUE BARRAULT
75634 PARIS
France
Administrative contact: Guénaelle BOUYER
Tel.: +33 1 60 76 43 23
E-mail
TELECOM ITALIA SPA
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 286 000


PIAZZA DEGLI AFFARI 2
20123 MILAN
Italy
Administrative contact: Roberto Massimo
Tel.: +390636883098
E-mail
CEDEO SAS DI CHIARIGLIONE LEONARDO EC
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 249 000


Via Borgionera
10040 Villar Dora
Italy
Administrative contact: Riccardo Chiariglione
Tel.: +393381059702
E-mail
RAI-RADIOTELEVISIONE ITALIANA SPA
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 338 010


VIALE MAZZINI
00195 ROMA
Italy
Administrative contact: Alberto Morello
Tel.: +39 0118103107
Fax: +39 0116193779
E-mail
VISUAL ATOMS LTD
United Kingdom

EU contribution: EUR 320 359


HOLLYWATER ROAD HEATHSIDE HOUSE
GU35 0AH BORDON HAMPSHIRE
United Kingdom
Administrative contact: Stavros Paschalakis
Tel.: +44 1483688181
E-mail
Record Number: 110376 / Last updated on: 2016-04-08