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HTML 5 Semantic Multimedia Annotation and Presentation Tool

The Semantic Multimedia Presentation Tool is a Web-based slide authoring and presentation tool, which supports  semantic annotation and semantic enrichment of presentation slides' multimedia contents, such as text, pictures, videos, audio, with structured semantic knowledge from Linked (Open) Data sources, such as DBpedia Deutsch.

Many presentation tools like MS Power Point or Open Office support the creation of slides with images, audio and video. However, they do not use open semantically enriched formats, which can be shared on the Web and interlinked and annotated with semantic linked (open) data.

The Semantic Multimedia Presentation Tool uses html5 as Web-based presentation format which makes it easily accessible for all web browsers (including smart phone and tablet browsers) and search engines. With its new multimedia built-ins html5 supports rich multimedia Web content representations, which are used in the Semantic Multimedia Presentation Tool for the Web-based presentation of the created slides.

The slides and the multimedia contents can be semantically annotated with the Semantic Multimedia Presentation Tool. The tool is a Javascript and Java-based web service application. It uses semantic annotationa and content enrichment web services to create structured information for a presentation including the annotation of text, pictures, and videos.

  • Lin Qi: Semantic Multimedia Presentation Tool, Bachelor Thesis, Institute for Computer Science, FU Berlin, 2012.
  • Corporate semantic web report. Technical Report, Freie Universität Berlin, 2013. [ http ]


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This work has been partially supported by the  InnoProfile-Corporate Semantic Web project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the BMBF Innovation Initiative for the New German Länder - Entrepreneurial Regions.
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