Polemic tweet : Video Annotation and Analysis through Tagged Tweets

We publish with Petra Isenberg and Jean Daniel Fekete a “in the wild” study on Polemic tweet system at the IFIP Interact 2013 conference. This publication come after more than two years of work with all the IRI team on designing and developing PT. A special thanks to Raphael Velt for his help.

We present PolemicTweet a system with an encompassing, economic, and engaging approach to video tagging and analysis. Annotating and tagging videos manually is a boring and time-consuming process. Yet, in the last couple of years the audiences of events–such as academic conferences–have begun to produce unexploited metadata in the form of micropost activities. With PolemicTweet we explore the use of tagged microposts for both video an- notation and browsing aid. PolemicTweet is a system 1) to crowd source conference video tagging with structured sentiment metadata, 2) to engage audiences in a tagging process, and 3) to visualize these annotations for browsing and analyzing a video. We describe the the system and its components as well as the results from a one-year live deployment in 27 different events.
You could find more info here :

hal_id = {hal-00817591},
url = {http://hal.inria.fr/hal-00817591},
title = {{PolemicTweet: Video Annotation and Analysis through Tagged Tweets}},
author = {Huron, Samuel and Isenberg, Petra and Fekete, Jean-Daniel},
keywords = {Backchannel, Video annotation, Crowdsourcing, Video analysis, Live tagging.},
language = {Anglais},
affiliation = {AVIZ – INRIA Saclay – Ile de France , Institut de Recherche et d’Innovation – IRI},
booktitle = {{Interact}},
publisher = {Springer},
address = {Cap town, Afrique Du Sud},
organization = {IFIP},
editor = {Marco Winckler },
audience = {internationale },
collaboration = {Polemictweet as been supported by DGCIS, French Ministry of Industry in the CineCast FUI project. },
year = {2013},
month = Sep,
pdf = {http://hal.inria.fr/hal-00817591/PDF/polemicTweet-AFTER-REVIEW6.pdf},