|0:06||As a name suggests, multimedia is the combination of a whole... lot of different... Let's call them communication channels. Now, when we talk about multimedia, typically people think of vision and scene together, like a movie, but it's much more than that. It includes all the senses, so multimedia is the whole experience.|
|0:29||When you take all of different sort of art forms, your creative arts, your writing, your sort of drawing art, photography, moving pictures, audio. It puts all together to one interactive experience. I think that is multimedia.|
|0:42||One of the key attributes of multimedia is interactivity. Giving the user the power to manipulate and control the system.|
|0:50||I think it really enriches the experience for the user. User? The player, the reader, whatever... It just makes such a much more rich experience. When you sit and watch TV it's fun.. When you interacting with something and you get all those different... All your different senses engaged then I think it really helps you.. It makes more memorable and it's more fun in general I think.|
|1:17||One of the emerging areas in interactivity is clever computing. So, your computer taking on some level of artificial intelligence, that will not just help you, but predict the things that you do inside of your cab. So, for example new satellite navigation devices will tell you where to go and do extra things like predict there is an accident up ahead, so this is extending beyond just normal interaction...Throughout artificial intelligence to then help you navigate your way around the world, the real world.|
Multimedia refers to content that uses a combination of different content forms. This contrasts with media that use only rudimentary computer displays such as text-only or traditional forms of printed or hand-produced material. Multimedia includes a combination of text, audio, still images, animation, video, or interactivity content forms.
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"Story maps combine interactive maps and multimedia content into elegant user experiences."
The Barrier-free map of the University of West Bohemia shows how using multimedia in cartography can help disabled people.
This is the great example how interactivity and sound can help users to keep in mind the spatial informations.