This thesis explores social and creative practices that emerge with new mobile video technology. We have designed and developed two functional prototype systems and produced a number of theoretical contributions to the understanding of the collaborative mobile video space.
Author: Arvid Engström, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm University
Access here: http://www.tii.se/mobility/?page_id=1695 or have a look at http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:su:diva-75931 where it might also show up.
ABSTRACT - This thesis explores social and creative practices that emerge with new mobile video technology. The work frames a design space that spans across both the social and technical domains. It associates emerging collaborative practices online with new means for producing and broadcasting media in real time, over mobile networks and using low-cost consumer technology just as these technologies are becoming widely available in the world. As a premise, we sketch a scenario where groups of non-professional users, enabled by new technology available in their mobile phones, produce live media collaboratively. We use detailed ethnographic inquiries into the practices of expert media producers to inform design and spur innovation of new technology. Over the course of the design research process, we have designed and developed two functional prototype systems and produced a number of theoretical contributions to the understanding of the collaborative mobile video space.
- Mobile broadcasting – The whats and hows of live video as a social medium
- Lean collaboration through video gestures: co-ordinating the production of live televised sport
- Temporal hybridity: Mixing live video footage with instant replay in real time
- Mobile collaborative live video mixing
- Amateur vision and recreational orientation: Creating live video together