Conceiving ShapeShifting TV: a computational language for truly-interactive TV

Ursu, M.F., Cook, J.J., Zsombori, V., Zimmer, R., Kegel, I., Williams, D., Thomas, M., Wyver, J. and Mayer, H. 2007. Conceiving ShapeShifting TV: a computational language for truly-interactive TV. in: Cesar, P., Chorianopoulos, K. and Jensen, J.F. (ed.) Interactive TV: a shared experience Berlin Springer.

Chapter titleConceiving ShapeShifting TV: a computational language for truly-interactive TV
AuthorsUrsu, M.F., Cook, J.J., Zsombori, V., Zimmer, R., Kegel, I., Williams, D., Thomas, M., Wyver, J. and Mayer, H.
EditorsCesar, P., Chorianopoulos, K. and Jensen, J.F.
Abstract

iTV does not yet have truly interactive programmes, that is programmes whose content adapts to the preferences of their viewers. In commercially deployed iTV productions, the programmes themselves are essentially linear and therefore non-interactive. In the research arena, the main bulk of work in computational support for interactive narratives focuses on wrapping interactions up in meaningful and interesting narratives, rather than on expanding traditional linear narratives with interactivity. This paper presents a validated approach to the development of truly interactive programmes called ShapeShifting TV. In focus is a representation language for narrative structures.

Book titleInteractive TV: a shared experience
Year2007
PublisherSpringer
Publication dates
Published2007
Place of publicationBerlin
SeriesLecture Notes in Computer Science
ISBN9783540725596
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1007/978-3-540-72559-6_11
Journal citation(4471), pp. 96-106

Related outputs

Hamlet
Wyver, J., others 2018. Hamlet. London BBC 2.

The RSC on Screen: Film and Television Adaptations of RSC Productions
Wyver, J. 2018. The RSC on Screen: Film and Television Adaptations of RSC Productions. London Bloomsbury.

The road to Civilisation: early television journeys to Greece
Wyver, J. 2018. The road to Civilisation: early television journeys to Greece. in: Hobden, F. and Wrigley, A. (ed.) Ancient Greece on British Television Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press.

'All the trimmings'? The transfer of theatre to television in adaptations of Shakespeare stagings
Wyver, J. 2018. 'All the trimmings'? The transfer of theatre to television in adaptations of Shakespeare stagings. Adaptation. 7 (2), pp. 104-120.

Exploring the lost television and technique of Fred O'Donovan
Wyver, J. 2017. Exploring the lost television and technique of Fred O'Donovan. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. 37 (1), pp. 5-23.

Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy
Wyver, J. and , others 2017. Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy. London

Scenes from Cymbeline and the language of the early television studio
Wyver, J. 2017. Scenes from Cymbeline and the language of the early television studio. in: Hatchuel, D. and Vienne-Guerrin, N. (ed.) Shakespeare on Screen: The Tempest and Late Romances Cambridge Cambridge University Press. pp. 56-70

An Intimate and Intermedial Form: Early Television Shakespeare from the BBC, 1937-39
Wyver, J. 2016. An Intimate and Intermedial Form: Early Television Shakespeare from the BBC, 1937-39. in: Shakespeare Survey 69: Shakespeare and Rome Cambridge Cambridge University Press. pp. 347-360

‘A profound commentary on kingship’: the monarchy and Shakespeare’s Histories on television 1957-65
Wyver, J. 2016. ‘A profound commentary on kingship’: the monarchy and Shakespeare’s Histories on television 1957-65 . in: Morra, I. and Gossedge, R. (ed.) The New Elizabethan Age: Culture, Society and National Identity after World War II London I.B. Tauris. pp. 267-288

Myriad mediations: Henry Moore and his works on screen, 1937-1983
Wyver, J. 2015. Myriad mediations: Henry Moore and his works on screen, 1937-1983. Tate Publishing.

The filmic fugue of Ken Russell’s Pop Goes the Easel
Wyver, J. 2015. The filmic fugue of Ken Russell’s Pop Goes the Easel. Journal of British Cinema and Television. 12 (4), pp. 438-451.

Television and the Anti-Realist Theatricality of "not Shakespeare"
Wyver, J. 2015. Television and the Anti-Realist Theatricality of "not Shakespeare". Shakespeare Bulletin. 33 (4), pp. 543-568.

Screening the RSC stage: the 2014 Live from Stratford-upon-Avon cinema broadcasts
Wyver, J. 2015. Screening the RSC stage: the 2014 Live from Stratford-upon-Avon cinema broadcasts. Shakespeare. 11 (3), pp. 286-302.

Serjeant Musgrave's Dance and the politics of possibility in two television adaptations
Wyver, J. 2014. Serjeant Musgrave's Dance and the politics of possibility in two television adaptations. Critical Studies in Television. 9 (3), pp. 89-99.

Television
Wyver, J. 2014. Television. in: Stephens, C. and Stonard, J.-P. (ed.) Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation London Tate Publishing. pp. 123-32

RSC Live from Stratford-upon-Avon
Wyver, J. 2013. RSC Live from Stratford-upon-Avon. Stratford-upon-Avon

Julius Caesar
Wyver, J. 2012. Julius Caesar. BBC Four.

Dallas Bower: a producer for television's early years, 1936-39
Wyver, J. 2012. Dallas Bower: a producer for television's early years, 1936-39. Journal of British Cinema and Television. 9 (1), pp. 26-39.

Screen play: theatre plays on British television
Wyver, J. and Wrigley, A. 2012. Screen play: theatre plays on British television. Viewfinder: Moving Image and Sound, Knowledge and Access. 86.

Art of faith
Wyver, J. and McCarthy, J. 2010. Art of faith.

Macbeth
Wyver, J. and Grant, S. 2010. Macbeth.

Interactive documentaries: a golden age
Ursu, M.F., Zsombori, V., Wyver, J., Conrad, L., Kegel, I. and Williams, D. 2009. Interactive documentaries: a golden age. Computers in Entertainment. 7 (3).

TV against TV: video art on television
Wyver, J. TV against TV: video art on television. in: Comer, S. (ed.) Film and Video Art London Tate Publishing.

Hamlet
Wyver, J. and Grant, S. 2009. Hamlet.

Tv against TV: video art on television
Wyver, J. 2009. Tv against TV: video art on television. in: Comer, S. (ed.) Film and video art London Tate Publishing.

ShapeShifting TV: interactive screen media narratives
Ursu, M.F., Kegel, I., Williams, D., Thomas, M., Mayer, H., Zsombori, V., Tuomola, M.L., Larsson, H. and Wyver, J. 2008. ShapeShifting TV: interactive screen media narratives. Multimedia Systems. 4 (2), pp. 115-132.

ShapeShifting TV: interactive screen media narratives
Ursu, M.F., Kegel, I.C., Williams, D., Thomas, M., Mayer, H., Zsombori, V., Tuomola, M.L., Larsson, H. and Wyver, J. 2008. ShapeShifting TV: interactive screen media narratives. Multimedia Systems. 4 (2), pp. 115-132.

The eternity man
Wyver, J., Blight, R. and Fleetwood, A. 2008. The eternity man.

Spider in the city: la machine in Liverpool
Wyver, J. 2008. Spider in the city: la machine in Liverpool.

Art of faith
Wyver, J. 2008. Art of faith.

Vision on: film, television and the arts in Britain
Wyver, J. ten Brink, J. (ed.) 2007. Vision on: film, television and the arts in Britain. London, UK Wallflower Press.

Patterning reconfigurable narrative: interactive cinema as architectural elevation within 3D interactive digital environments
Richens, P., Sussner, J. and Thomas, M. 2006. Patterning reconfigurable narrative: interactive cinema as architectural elevation within 3D interactive digital environments. Digital Creativity. 17 (4), pp. 243-256.

The art of Henry Moore
Wyver, J. 2005. The art of Henry Moore. Illuminations and Artsworld.

theEYE
Wyver, J. 2002. theEYE. Illuminations and Channel Five.

Macbeth
Wyver, J. and Grant, S. 2001. Macbeth. Channel Four and Illuminations.

Permalink - https://westminsterresearch.westminster.ac.uk/item/92094/conceiving-shapeshifting-tv-a-computational-language-for-truly-interactive-tv


Share this
Tweet
Email