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D1.2 Quality Assurance and Review Plan. Issue 1Abstract and Target Audience
For a multidisciplinary and multicultural collaborative project like 2-Immerse, quality assurance of its deliverables and publications is very important. This deliverable describes the high level quality assurance measures that the 2-Immerse project intends to apply. The details of the quality measures of the technical components and the 2-Immerse software are outside the scope of this deliverable and described in the particular technical deliverables.
Besides 2-Immerse internal quality assurance mechanisms there are regular and irregular reviews and audits performed by the European Commission. These are planned and controlled by the Commission, and are not the main subject of this deliverable. However Annex B gives an overview of the Commission performed reviews and audits.

Target audience
2-Immerse team members, the Project Officer from the European Commission, 2-Immerse reviewers and auditors.
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D6.1 Innovation Management and Initial ExploitationAbstract and Target Audience
The present document presents how the results of the 2-IMMERSE project shall be exploited. It sketches a plan for exploitation by identifying the potential assets that shall be made available outside the project and it gives an overview of the different mechanisms how this can be achieved.
An overview of dissemination activities of the first 6 months is given and a plan for future publications, talks and presentations of project results.
Partners in 2-IMMERSE are very active in relevant standardisation bodies, the document includes an overview of these activities which could be used to contribute project results into standards.
This is the first report of 2-IMMERSE work package 6. An update of this document is issued with the intermediate report in May 2017.

Target audience
The general public. Everybody who may be interested to know how results from 2-IMMERSE will be exploited and disseminated.
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D2.3/D5.1 Distributed Media Application Platform and Multi-Screen Experience Components: Description of First ReleaseAbstract and Target Audience
This document describes the first release of the 2-Immerse Distributed Media Application Platform, Multi-Screen Experience Components and Production Tools that have been developed for the project’s first service prototype, “Watching Theatre at Home”. It provides an illustrated tour of the project’s technical achievements to date, along with details of the current status of the platform and components and key features developed beyond those described in deliverables D2.1 and D2.2.
Although originally defined as two separate deliverables, D2.3 (Distributed Media Application Platform: Description of First Release), and D5.1 (Multi-Screen Experience Components: Description of First Release), these have been combined into a single document which will be easier to read and navigate.

Target audience
This is a public deliverable and could be read by anyone with an interest in the details of 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. This document will be used by the Project Consortium as a reference as it develops the foundation platform which it describes.
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D5.1/D2.3 Distributed Media Application Platform and Multi-Screen Experience Components: Description of First ReleaseAbstract and Target Audience
This document describes the first release of the 2-Immerse Distributed Media Application Platform, Multi-Screen Experience Components and Production Tools that have been developed for the project’s first service prototype, “Watching Theatre at Home”. It provides an illustrated tour of the project’s technical achievements to date, along with details of the current status of the platform and components and key features developed beyond those described in deliverables D2.1 and D2.2.
Although originally defined as two separate deliverables, D2.3 (Distributed Media Application Platform: Description of First Release), and D5.1 (Multi-Screen Experience Components: Description of First Release), these have been combined into a single document which will be easier to read and navigate.

Target audience
This is a public deliverable and could be read by anyone with an interest in the details of 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. This document will be used by the Project Consortium as a reference as it develops the foundation platform which it describes.
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D1.1 Project PlanAbstract and Target Audience
This document is a 6 month project plan to draw on progress and the challenges to be address in the next six months of the project.

Target Audience
This is a public deliverable and could be read by anyone but is primarily for the benefit of the project team to help coordination and as a record of intended progress in the next 6 months. We assume the audience is familiar with television and Internet technologies. This document will be read by the Project Consortium as it implements the infrastructure and the trials to be delivered during the project.
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D1.3 Data Management PlanAbstract and target Audience
This document is the first iteration of the project's Data Management Plan

Target Audience
This is a public deliverable and could be read by anyone with an interest in the data sets generated by 2-IMMERSE. this document will be read by the Project Consortium as it generates and collects data throughout the project.
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D3.1 General Concepts, Designs and Interactions for Multi Screen ExperiencesAbstract and Target Audience
This document outlines the concepts at play in the design of the multi-screen experiences under development in 2-IMMERSE for the project’s four pilots. Here we outline the types of experiments and the decisions they are intended to inform within and across the four scenarios of drama and sport in private and public venues.

Target audience
This is a public deliverable and could be read by anyone with an interest in the details of the experience designs being developed by the 2-IMMERSE project. We assume the audience is familiar with television and Internet technologies. This document will be read by the Project Consortium as it implements the trials to be delivered during the project.
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D2.2 Platform Component Interface SpecificationAbstract and Target Audience
This document specifies the interfaces of platform components defined in the 2-IMMERSE project system architecture. As such, it is a refinement of the System Architecture defined in project deliverable D2.1, providing a more detailed definition of the platform components and services. This architecture, platform, and its components are designed to enable the four multi-screen service prototypes that will be delivered through the project.

Target audience
This is a public deliverable and could be read by anyone with an interest in the details of 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. This document will be read by the Project Consortium as it implements the platform that will be developed throughout the project.
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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.

Target audience
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.
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D2.1 System Architecture version 1Abstract
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.

Target audience
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.
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NEM 2016. Paper on Opportunities for Object Based Broadcasting Abstract: About 15% of the TV hours watched in UK homes is brought into people’s homes using Internet protocols and about 85% of the data carried by the Internet to people’s homes is video. As the worlds of the Internet and video and television continue to converge this paper explores the impact of treating TV content more like web content. In particular it examines, through a use case based on the delivery of filmed theatre, the proposed benefits to end users of adopting an object-oriented approach to broadcasting.Download PDF
NEM 2016. Presentation on Opportunities for Object Based Broadcasting The presentation acts as an introduction to Object based broadcasting, a basic introduction to the four use cases and a plan for the theatre At Home Trial Download PDF
TVX Demonstration Description: A Platform for Orchestrated Multi-Screen EntertainmentThis demonstration will showcase a new approach to the production and delivery of multi-screen entertainment enabled by an innovative, standards-based platform developed by the EU-funded project 2-IMMERSE. Object-based production enables engaging and interactive experiences which make optimal use of the devices available, while maintaining the look and feel of a single application. The ‘Theatre at Home’ prototype offers an enhanced social experience for users watching a live or ‘as live’ broadcast of a theatre performance, allowing them to discuss it with others who are watching at the same time, either in a different room or in a different home.Download PDF
D4.3 Prototype Service Descriptions - First UpdateThe four multi-screen service innovation prototypes that will be developed by 2-IMMERSE are described in this document. This is the first update to a previous deliverable that brings up to date the visions the project has for each of the four innovation prototypes. The four prototypes 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.
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D4.2 Theatre trial evaluation resultsThe document considers the first Service Prototype created by 2-IMMERSE and evaluates both the experience itself and the generic platform that we used to support this service. The software platform is a micro service based platform that has provided the means to create a fully-fledged social inter-home multi-screen TV experience based around watching a theatre performance ‘as-live’. The experience uses two devices, provides additional material and information, and allows people to communicate from different locations (video and chat based). The evaluation focusses on our experience with the platform but includes detailed finding from an extensive, highly situated user trial involving more than 35 people in more than 23 homes based on 12 distinct trials.
The document reports the method of evaluation the results and identifies a number of key findings and recommendations for future work that are reported as conclusion and plans. The fundamentals of the micro-service based approach to building the platform are very strong though more work is needed to improve robustness and to make it easy for producers to create new experiences. We also found that users would have like more ability to control the layout of the service as offered to them.

the target audience is anyone interested in building or learning about new multi-screen experiences.
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