|Deliverable name||Abstract and target audience||Download|
|D2.1 System Architecture version 1||Abstract|
This document describes the system architecture being developed by the 2-IMMERSE project. This
architecture is designed to enable the four multi-screen service prototypes that will be delivered
through the project. The System Architecture is layered as a set of platform services, a client
application architecture and production architecture. The system architecture is a work in progress; it
will evolve both as we refine it and specify it in more detail, and as we deliver each of the multi-screen
service prototypes through the project.
This is a public deliverable and could be read by anyone with an interest in the system architecture
being developed by the 2-IMMERSE project. As this is inherently technical in nature, we assume the
audience is technically literate with a good grasp of television and Internet technologies in particular.
We have included a Technology Overview section that summarises a range of technologies that are
potentially applicable within the project. This document will be read by the Project Consortium as it
defines the system architecture that will be adopted and evolved throughout the project.
|D4.1 Prototype Service Descriptions - Initial Version||Abstract|
The four multi-screen service innovation prototypes that will be developed by 2-IMMERSE are described in this document. They are called “Watching Theatre at Home”; “Watching Theatre at School”, “MotoGP at Home” and “Watching Football in a Pub”. For each service innovation prototype the market context, the social context and the trial plans are described. Whilst the use cases are described very specifically, it seems clear that many aspects of service innovation concepts will have much broader applicability.
This is a public deliverable and could be read by anyone with an interest in the way TV may use multiple screens to create better user experiences. It will specifically be read by the project consortium as it defines the user requirements that the technology being supplied by the consortium should satisfy.