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Hypermedia definition by Babylon's free dictionary. WebGuest Web Glossary Pictures, videos, and audio on a Web page that act as hyperlinks . Jensen's Technology Glossary Hypertext with added features for audio and video features. Hypermedia may also entail touchscreen or remote control capabilities such that users can navigate by touching the computer screen or remote control devices. Internet Glossary A system for storing information using embedded references to other pages, sounds, and graphics used on the WWW. Like hypertext,but includes other interlinking media,such as graphics,audio,video,and VRML.The WWW is a Hpermedia environment besause it allows multiple media types to all be available in the same document.

The Internet Dictionary A blending of hypertext and multimedia. Multimedia Glossary a system or document that presents multiple pathways that the user can select and follow, rather than simply follow from beginning to end; it may include text, graphics, sound and other types of data. Hypermedia Definition. Most Web navigation is done by clicking text-based links that open new pages in a Web browser. These links, which are often blue and underlined, are referred to as hypertext, since they allow the user to jump from page to page. Hypermedia is an extension of hypertext that allows images, movies, and Flash animations to be linked to other content. The most common type of hypermedia is an image link. Photos or graphics on the Web are often linked to other pages. For example, clicking a small "thumbnail" image may open a larger version of the picture in a new window. Clicking a promotional graphic may direct you to an advertiser's website.

You can tell if an image or video is a hyperlink by moving the cursor over it. Hypermedia. Hypermedia is used as a logical extension of the term hypertext in which graphics, audio, video, plain text and hyperlinks intertwine to create a generally non-linear medium of information. This contrasts with the broader term multimedia, which may be used to describe non-interactive linear presentations as well as hypermedia. It is also related to the field of electronic literature. The term was first used in a 1965 article by Ted Nelson.[1] The World Wide Web is a classic example of hypermedia, whereas a non-interactive cinema presentation is an example of standard multimedia due to the absence of hyperlinks. The first hypermedia work was, arguably, the Aspen Movie Map.

Hypermedia development tools Hypermedia may be developed a number of ways. Hypermedia applications may be developed on embedded devices for the mobile and the Digital signage industries using the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) specification from W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). Hypermedia and learning Cultural references.