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October 01, 2016 - December 31, 2019

Media orchestration from sensor to screen.

Kiswe, Nokia Bell Labs, imec IDLab, Johan Cruijf ArenA, TNO, Inmotio, Game On, KPN, ETRI, Samsung, Moovr, Gerade Software, DIA, KoçSistem,

MOS2S is aimed at crowd journalism and enriching live event fan experiences. 

Sociale media and user-generated content is being used more often at occurrences that are breaking news. However, people often are unaware of what they are seeing, why it is important and where the stream is coming from. Live streaming apps show something new, but not necessarily the “news”. MOS2S wants to change this by making reporters out of the users. Journalists are able to coach end users and give real-time feedback to collect relevant news images on key locations of certain occurrences. By using a dashboard with user-generated content, social media and data sources, shared images and information is being filtered and put into context. As such, a journalist becomes able to create an interactive and insightful news experience from multiple perspectives. 

Also for live events, the concept is applicable and we are researching how images from attendees with some coaching can create added value. In cooperation with project partner Kiswe, VRT’s focus is to enable event audiences to co-create the experience with user-generated content, interactivity and live interviews. By sharing a live stream of photos and videos, event organisers are able to interact with the audience and capture the unique experience and atmosphere of their event, through the eyes of the visitors, for their friends present or at home to enjoy. 

MOS2S is the winner of the ITEA Award of Excellence Special Vice-chairman's award 2020.

The innovation project has received funding through ITEA, a transnational and industry-driven R&D&I programme in the domain of software innovation.

Project information on ITEA website: https://itea4.org/project/mos2s.html