Open AXES is an output of the AXES European project. It gathers innovative audiovisual content analyses technologies including an ergonomic interface to navigate video archives. Open AXES is available on OW2 (the open source community for infrastructure software) and is based on the existing OW2 WebLab integration platform for multimedia processing. It requires IT administration [...]
Martijn Kleppe, AXES project member of the Erasmus University Rotterdam, recently presented the AXES project on Dutch National Television. He was a weekly guest in the tv show ‘Fotostudio de Jong’. Watch the video on youtube!
Open AXES is an output of the AXES European project and can be used for multimedia content analysis. It is freely available on OW2.
The AXES project was presented at the Riga Multilingual Summit 2015 plenary meeting by Peggy van der Kreeft, Deutsche Welle Innovation Manager.
During the Digital Humanities Conference 2014 in Lausanne, researchers involved in AXES organised a workshop to assess strategies on how to expand the role of audiovisual media in the field of Digital Humanities.
AXES partners present a Poster at the Digital Humanities conference in Sydney, Australia (29 June – 3 July 2015).
The MediaEval 2015 season kicks off with the MediaEval Multimedia Benchmark Task Survey. Be part of it.
The AXES Public Demo is out now! It is based on several hours of publicly available videos (e.g. from the Internet Archive).
The AXES Project is on FIAT / IFTA 2014.
The AXES visual search option were very popular at Open Archive Days.
How to expand the role of audiovisual media in the field of Digital Humanities?
AXES partners will be active in the session “Media archiving and restoration – what’s in store?” on the IBC conference in Amsterdam.