Enjoy.IT!: A Platform to Integrate Entertainment Services

Enjoy.IT!: A Platform to Integrate Entertainment Services

M. Amparo Navarro-Salvador (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain), Ana Belén Sánchez-Calzón (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain), Carlos Fernández-Llatas (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain) and Teresa Meneu (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain)
Copyright: © 2011 |Pages: 8
DOI: 10.4018/jaci.2011100101
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The evolution of the Internet has been spectacular in recent decades. However, the Internet is still a linear scenario, focused on showing contents and dissociated from the physical world. On the other hand, there are many social groups that don’t know how to use the opportunities that ICT can offer them, such as children. In this scenario, Project Enjoy.IT! designs, develops, and validates an entertainment platform with advanced contents that will set up a practical realization of the new products and services from the Future Internet. Project Enjoy.IT! integrates the physical world as an extension of the virtual world and vice versa. Thus, the project creates an AmI system that is able to act depending on the children’s knowledge and necessities. The platform is based on a Services Choreography that allows an easy, simple integration of the necessary elements to give support to interactive entertainment activities.
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Project Enjoy.IT! is a pre-industrial prototype which will set up a technological platform of personalized, ubiquitous and collaborative services. These services will be oriented to management, coordination and support of intensive applications of knowledge and dynamic, multimedia and multimodal contents. All these services will be applied in the field of entertainment, recreational and educational activities and animation in selected environments, always being based on high content of ICT capabilities.

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