Abstract : Motivated by recent trends in technologies development related to multi-sensorial experience together with the democratization of virtual worlds MPEG started a new standard called Media Context and Control and abbreviated MPEG-V. The new standard is composed of four parts-Architecture, Control Information, Sensory Information, Avatar Information. In order to address the specific application of multi-sensorial experience, we implemented the RoSE (representation of sensory effects) framework that provides sensory effects to users by associating multimedia of various sensory devices. The framework contains four work items: SE (Sensory Effects), USP (User Sensory Preferences), SDC (Sensory Device Capabilities), and SDCom (Sensory Device Commands). These items are standardized in part 2 and part 3 of MPEG-V In this paper we review the MPEG-V activities and describe the RoSE framework.