Care TVX: Challenges and Design to Improve TV in in-hospital environment and for visually impaired people
Université de Nantes: Toinon Vigier, Patrick Le Callet, Pierre Lebranchu, Samuel Bulteau
Hanyang University: Jieun Kim, Hokyoung Ryu
Sungkyunkwan University: Seongil Lee
An increasingly rich range of features and functionality is now available through smart televisions, interactive and immersive multimedia. These new technologies disrupt most of our social and individual attitudes, practices and experiences in everyday life, at home, at work or at school, in transport, etc. What about in hospital and for aged patient population?
The workshop aims to address:
- How new media experience and contents can improve the in-hospital experience of in-patients, caregivers, and medical staff;
- How better understanding of visual impairments (e.g. for elderly) can help to design more inclusive TV experience.
This one-day workshop on ”Care TVX now playing” will bring together media contents developers, designers, and UI/UX/QoE researchers, with medical researchers and hospital practitioners.
The workshop will be held on June, 26th from 1pm to 5:30pm.
- Welcome and Introduction of participants
Welcome of workshop organizers with a brief introduction to the workshop topics. Short introduction of the workshop participants.
- Session 1: New TVX in hospital context
1:20-1:50 — Paper 1: Value Sensitive Design for Clinical Dashboard in Medical Context (Jinah Su, Jieun Han, Gyu Hyun Kwon, Imagine X lab, Hanyang University)
1:50-2:20 — Paper 2: New VR Experiences for the Personalization of Care in Psychiatry: the Example of ReViSTIM Project (Toinon Vigier, Yannick Prié, Florian Melki, Matthieu Perreira Da Silva, Fabien Picarougne, LS2N, University of Nantes; Samuel Bulteau, Sphere, INSERM; Olivier Charlet, Interpsy, University of Lorraine)
- Session 2: New TVX and accessibility for visually impaired people
2:30-3:10 — Keynote 1: Accessibility Standards of TV and multimedia contents (Seongil Lee, Sungkyunkwan University)
3:10-3:50 — Keynote 2: Visual attention in TVX: the impact of retinal deficiencies (Patrick Le Callet, LS2N, University of Nantes)
4:00-4:30 — Industry Demo: Samsung Relumino Project – Smarter Vision for Partially Sighted People with Gear VR Headset (Junghoon Cho, Samsung Electronics)
- Panel Discussion & Wrap-up