Toward an automatically generated soundtrack from low-level cross-modal correlations for automotive scenarios

@inproceedings{Cristani2010TowardAA,
  title={Toward an automatically generated soundtrack from low-level cross-modal correlations for automotive scenarios},
  author={Marco Cristani and Anna Pesarin and Carlo Drioli and Vittorio Murino and Antonio Rod{\`a} and Michele Grapulin and Nicu Sebe},
  booktitle={ACM Multimedia},
  year={2010}
}
In this paper, we propose a novel recommendation policy for driving scenarios. While driving a car, listening to an audio track may enrich the atmosphere, conveying emotions that let the driver sense a more arousing experience. Here, we are introducing a recommendation policy that, given a video sequence taken by a camera mounted onboard a car, chooses the most suitable audio piece from a predetermined set of melodies. The mixing mechanism takes inspiration from a set of generic qualitative… CONTINUE READING
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