MMM is a leading international conference for researchers and industry practitioners for sharing new ideas, original research results and practical development experiences from all multimedia modeling related areas. During the conference, research papers reporting original investigation results and demonstrations related to multimedia modeling technologies and applications will be presented. There are also five special sessions that focus on addressing new challenges for Multimedia.
On January 9, Larbitslab will present the Flanograph at the demo session – Mediadrom: artful post-TV scenarios, through a series of use cases. The Flanograph is a mobile application for smartphones, based on augmented reality, which captures, stores and reproduces patterns of movement – digital tracks – by registering a number of sensory data.