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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Rich, structured annotations of video recordings enable interesting uses, but existing techniques for manual, and even semi-automated, tagging can be too time-consuming. We present in this paper the ContextCam, a prototype of a consumer video camera that provides point of capture annotation of time, location, person presence and event information associated to recorded video. Both low-and high-level metadata are discovered via a variety of sensing and active tagging techniques, as well asdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-30119-6_18 fatcat:l32uzwsznfabtghnvd4pqno5re