Benoît Encelle

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Our approach to address the question of online video accessibility for people with sensory disabilities is based on video annotations that are rendered as video enrichments during the playing of the video. We present an exploratory work that focuses on video accessibility for blind people with audio enrichments composed of speech synthesis and earcons (i.e.(More)
Personalization of user interfaces for browsing content is a key concept to ensure content accessibility. In this direction, we introduce concepts that result in the generation of personalized multimodal user interfaces for browsing XML content. Users requirements concerning the browsing of a specific content type can be specified using user-friendly(More)
Thanks to the WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) guidelines for producing accessible HTML documents, visually impaired people can have better access to a lot of textual information. Concerning musical score, several encoding formats are available, focusing on the representation of different aspects of this kind of content. As XML is the standard for(More)
The ACAV project aims to explore how the accessibility of web videos can be improved by providing rich descriptions of video content in order to personalize the rendering of the content according to user sensory deficiencies. We present a motivating scenario, the results of a preliminary study as well as the different technologies that will be developed.
Video has become a first class citizen on the Web with broad support in all common Web browsers. Where with struc-tured markup on webpages we have made the vision of the Web of Data a reality, in this paper, we propose a new vision that we name the Web(VTT) of Data, alongside with concrete steps to realize this vision. It is based on the evolving standards(More)