Interacting with layered dynamic media: some educational aspects of MPEG-4.
British Journal of Educational Technology, 35(4) pp. 489–495.
The role that layered, time-synchronised media might play in the design of interactive learning environments is examined both in terms of their initial construction, and also in regard to how they might be later re-engineered and shared. Although the eventual scale of adoption of the new Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) media types will be governed by commercial factors, their wide availability would offer considerable benefit to the development of innovative forms of educational interactive multimedia.
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