Research: Videolyzer (Online DEMO, try it out!)

An Online DEMO of Videolyzer, a project by my PhD Student, Nick Diakopolous.

Videolyzer is a tool designed to help journalists and bloggers collect, organize, and present information about the quality (i.e. validity, reliability, etc.) of online videos. It makes it possible to evaluate and make sense of things like comments, claims, and sources as they relate to the video. Users can comment and annotate pieces of the video (called “anchors”) to provide a more fine-grained description of the information in the video. The interface also incorporates a tightly integrated transcript of what’s spoken in the video to make it easier to navigate the dense information there. Finally, Videolyzer allows for collaboration among many people. Users can build off of each other’s annotations and rate each other in a form of distributed vetting and peer-evaluation.

Tags: , , , | Categories: Collaborators, Computational Journalism, Nick Diakopoulos, Projects | Date: October 15th, 2008 | By: Irfan Essa |

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