Since the introduction of the first cameraphones, the devices and usage contexts of personal digital photography have been undergoing rapid transformation from the traditional camera-to-desktop-to-network image pipeline to an integrated mobile imaging experience. Our first Mobile Media Metadata prototype leveraged the spatio-temporal context and the social community of media capture to infer media content.
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Active Capture software and interaction design automate the capture of stills and video for, and of, users. By integrating capture, processing, and interaction, Active Capture automates the traditional processes of direction and cinematography. Using real-time media analysis in an interactive control loop, Active Capture software structures the user’s interaction with a capture device to record reusable, annotated media assets.