2nd FOKUS Media Web Symposium
Thu., Nov. 10, 2011 to Fri., Nov. 11, 2011 , Berlin, Germany

MWS 2011 Demos

Demos @ MWS 2011
FAME'S Demo Exhibition  Tom Maelsa / Fraunohfer FOKUS

​Web App-DRM

Digital Rights Management for Web-Apps

Web-Apps are the future. Running in browsers on all end devices, they reduce the development effort and save costs. In contrast to established App Stores, current technical conditions are lacking ways to ensure conditional access. Fraunhofer FOKUS is working on such an App DRM system that makes it possible to enable different usage models and their secure access control for Web Apps. Thus, they are accountable and enable new revenue models for App developers and App providers.

​Media Web Runtime 2012

The framework for cross-platform web apps

An App for all devices – only a myth? Media Web Runtime 2012 closes gaps in the development chain, caused by the large number of competing operating systems and the heterogeneity of smartphones and CE devices, which makes the creation of apps complex and cost-intensive. MWR as a framework provides direct access to services and device resources through well-defined Javascript API’s in HTML and HTML5. This allows features in App Web such as DRM, Adaptive Streaming, or Security as well as access to local device resources as camera, calendar and GPS. Selected sample applications, such as Social TV and a cross-platform app for professional complaint management by municipalities, show the advantages of MWR 2012 based Web Apps.

​HbbTV Car Configurator

Hybrid TV enables new interactive content and advertisement formats

Be able to configure the own dream car in parallel to the running advertisement spot is not a vision of the future any more – even direct via remote control on TV. Together with leading partners of the German automotive and broadcasting industry, Fraunhofer FOKUS presents an interactive car configurator for Smart TVs. Based on the new hybrid TV standard HbbTV a click on the Red Button on the remote control is sufficient to invoke the interactive application, which runs in parallel to the TV content. Whether it’s the color, the engine or a 3D model, the viewer can assemble his car of choice and book a test drive instantly – everything in amazing HD quality and convenient on the TV set.

​FOKUS HbbTV & OIPF Test Suite

Test Suite for CE-HTML, HbbTV and hybrid TV devices

Internet-enabled TV sets and set-top-boxes take the CE market by assault. Today almost any device is shipped with internet capabilities. Simultaneously, the number of devices and different versions of hard- and software is growing rapidly. This fosters the demand for interoperability, standard compliance and builds the basis to display and execute TV applications correctly. Fraunhofer FOKUS addresses this demand by providing the FOKUS HbbTV and OIPF Testing Suite. The solution offers a comprehensive tool that supports both, the product development process for manufacturers of new hybrid TV sets and set-top-boxes, as well as providers of CE-HTML and HbbTV applications in the application and portal development. In addition to standard conformance testing on HbbTV and Open IPTV Forum (OIPF), the system allows the testing of features such as visualization, navigation, rendering and graphics, as well as the support for audio and video content of CE-HTML and HbbTV applications.

​Non-linear Video

New interactive dimension in moving pictures

Non-linear video is a technology developed by the Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS which makes video content an interactive experience. Non-linear video gives the viewer the opportunity to interact with objects that are part of the video and access supplemental information. On demand, multimedia content is linked with related information. Interactive, time independent navigation opens a new ways to experience video content. The new and interactive formats are available through various end devices as smartphones, TV sets, PC or tablets. HTML5 Web Apps are supported as well.