C. Bouras, V. Kapoulas, A. Konidaris, M. Ramalho, A. Sevasth, W. Van de Velde
ED-MEDIA 2000, Montreal, Canada, June 26 - July 1 2000, pp. 105-110
Publication year: 2000

Abstract
The work presented in this paper focuses on software tools that act as video explorers and annotation platforms and more specifically as diary composers for younger children. Through such tools, children can have as their raw material video recordings from everyday life and they are given the opportunity to review this material, reflect upon it and annotate it, thus creating the stories of everyday life from their own perspective. The specific tool proposed, focuses on multiperspective capture of events by one or more children and their cooperation during the annotation procedure.