Articles by Konstantinos Chorianopoulos
Konstantinos Chorianopoulos holds an MEng (Electronic and Computer Engineering, 1999), an MSc. (Marketing and Communication, 2001), and a PhD (Human-Computer Interaction, 2004). Since 1997, he has been a member of four academic research labs (Greece, UK, Germany), which specialize in the areas of multimedia, e-commerce, intelligent systems, and interaction design. He has participated in many EU research projects in the field of human-computer interaction for information, communication and entertainment applications in TV, mobile, and ubiquitous appliances. In 2002, he founded UITV.INFO (http://uitv.info), which is a newsletter and web portal for interactive television research resources (papers, theses), news, and events.
Animated Character Likeability Revisited: The Case of Interactive TV
Abstract Animated characters have been a popular research theme, but the respective desktop applications have not been well-received by end-users. The objective of this study was to evaluate the use of an animated character for presenting information and navigating music videos within an interactive television (ITV) application. Information was displayed over music video clips with […] [Read More]