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THE AUTHORING OF OPTICAL VIDEODISCS WITH DIGITAL DATA

By  and Steven Edward Yelick and Steven Edward Yelick

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The optical videodisc is a publishing medium that permanently stores large amounts of visual and aural data. The technology needed to support videodiscs is understood and available. Digital augmentation of the optical videodisc can exploit this technology for data publishing. Not only can this data be used in raw form, it can also reference the video that it augments. Pub-lishing requires an author to create the publishable material, and this thesis addresses the problem of authoring digitally augmented videodiscs

Year: 2016
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