Director, Streaming Media Technologies, ResearchChannel
University of Washington
The ability to receive high quality audio and video in classrooms, labs, and the home opens up new opportunities for learning and research in genres requring high resolution media such as animation arts, musicology, and life sciences. Building upon foundation work in high resolution media streaming, the University of Washingtonís Research Channel is developing a tera-scale on-demand media management and distribution service called ìDigitalWell.î This service will broaden access to multi-discipline photo, audio, and video collections enabling the development of new teaching and learning tools for mining and manipulating content.
This session will include an overview of DigitalWell, discussion of deployment for broadcast and campus environments, and NSF NSDL directory metadata development for the Library of Congress/AMIA Moving Image Collections grant.
Digital Asset Management Systems & Application