storytelling technology

With technological progress happening faster and more intensely, talking about technology and its various variations is no longer a thing of the future. For this reason, scientific research capable of understanding and contributing to this universe is necessary.

Marcelo Moreno coordinates the Integrated High Speed ​​Search Network (RePesq) (Photo: Carolina de Paula/UFJF)

researcher Marcelo Ferreira Moreno, from Department of Computer Science at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF), is developing a project to make high-capacity computing resources available to the UFJF scientific community, through the High Speed ​​Integrated Research Network Infrastructure (RePesq/UFJF) – a laboratory working with high-performance computing resources, high security and reliability, accessible through the communications network Her own. To maintain these properties, over the years, RePesq relies on the concept of sustainable evolution of its computational complex.

The spread of storytelling: Another step towards immersion in narrative
One of the messages developed with RePesq is based on breaking the perceived patterns in traditional storytelling in various formats, whether through oral, written, radio, television, granular novels, etc. “All forms of storytelling have one thing in common: they are always connected to a device, person, or thing that is the source responsible for telling the story. In this way, the main idea is to create a narrative model in which an individual can consume the proposed content anywhere, using the elements provided ‘,” explains Pedro Henrique Ventura, responsible for the study which was in turn guided by Professor Marcelo Moreno.

The model proposed by the research is called comprehensive storytelling, which is capable of creating a narrative immersion for a story “everywhere”, Explore Internet of Things (IoT), mobile devices, and cloud computing to convey information, feelings, and context in a story. In order to conduct research and cooperation between Graduate Programs in Computer Science And In the field of communicationsis performed by digital media lab (LMD). Watch the video An example of a proposal.

The mentored professor points out the importance of the message when the future of social interaction and access to information through metaverses and virtual reality is discussed. “Pedro’s thesis brings a rescue to the extent to which we are able to explore the real world for easy, fun and interesting information. This is without the need to use a virtual reality device, which requires an exclusive dedication to the virtual world. People love to interact with the digital world, as long as it can be done according to their individual desires and, often, without major setbacks in the midst of their already heavy daily routine.”

TV 3.0 and free access to web services
In the field of multimedia / hypermedia systems, the professor is coordinating a project supported by the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) to test and evaluate new technologies for the next generation of digital television, called TV 3.0. He says that over the next five or 10 years, there is the potential for a new form of interactive audiovisual programming reception, fully integrated with the Internet with new experiences for viewers.

In the field related to the computer network, projects are being developed aimed at decentralizing multimedia content that can be accessed via mobile applications and web browsers: “We are answering a big question that has been disturbing the current Internet and World Weather Watch scenario: how to make the content network not dependent Which is of interest to society on major web and cloud computing service providers, nor on access networks that are inaccessible to a significant portion of end users?”. Moreno explains that this topic is important for the current scenario, since users end up using content that is only available on platforms that are not charged for access by mobile operators.

“I have coordinated projects in both areas, with a focus that goes beyond scholarly publishing, expanding our work to accommodate the transfer of new technologies that we have helped create. We have done this by participating in multi-sectoral forums, studies and establishing national and international standards in the field of ICT ( ICT), patents and registration softwareIn addition to consulting, ”explains Prof.

The research is aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
The Institutional Image Board’s Scientific Publication Coordination, in partnership with the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research (Propp), is promoting a strategy to strengthen the university’s research actions, demonstrating that it is aligned with one or more of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Sustainable Development Goals are a global call to action to end poverty, protect the environment and the climate, and ensure that people everywhere enjoy peace and prosperity.

The research mentioned in this article is in line with Goal 3 (Health and Well-being)to me Goal 4 (Quality of Education) and for Goal 9 (Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure).

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