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Computer Research Institute of Montreal announces new patent

Computer Research Institute of Montreal announces new patent

Published April 18, 2017

We are happy to announce one new patent granted for the work of our researchers at Computer Research Institute of Montreal (CRIM).

A Canadian patent (CA2754173) issued December 6th, 2016. The inventors are Claude Chapdelaine, Langis Gagnon and David Byrns.

Title:

(FR) LECTEUR DE VIDEODESCRIPTION ADAPTATIF
(EN) ADAPTIVE VIDÉODESCRIPTION PLAYER
 
Abstract:
 

A computer readable storage medium comprising computer executable instructions for implementing a videodescription player module. The computer executable instructions implementing a user interface for selecting one or more videodescription output options among a plurality of videodescription output options. A videodescription player module generates a videodescription output that includes vocal communication information according to the selected output option.

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