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Anna Matamala
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
España
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1607-9011
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Vol. 32 (2021), Artículos Originales, Páginas 65-89
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/sendebar.v32.16881
Recibido: Nov 22, 2020 Publicado: Nov 5, 2021
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El artículo presenta de modo global los resultados obtenidos en las actividades de evaluación del proyecto europeo Immersive Accessibility (ImAc). El objetivo de dicho proyecto era investigar cómo los servicios de accesibilidad pueden integrarse en vídeos de 360º. Más concretamente, el artículo describe la metodología seguida en el proyecto ImAc y da cuenta de los resultados obtenidos en la evaluación de las herramientas desarrolladas, que incluyen un editor de subtítulos, un editor de audiodescripciones, un editor de lengua de signos, un gestor de contenidos y un reproductor de vídeos de 360º. El artículo también presenta los resultados de la evaluación de distintas estrategias aplicadas a los servicios de accesibilidad siguientes: subtitulado, audiodescripción, audiosubtitulado e interpretación en lengua de signos.

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