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Remote Access to 3D Models for Research, Engineering, and Art
Oct.-Dec. 2012 (vol. 19 no. 4)
pp. 12-19
Sven Ubik, CESNET
Zdeněk Trávníček, CESNET and Czech Technical University
Petr Žejdl, CESNET and Czech Technical University
Jiří Halák, CESNET and Czech Technical University
Stereoscopic (3D) models and visualizations can add value to current videoconferencing systems by offering a higher level of immersion when accessing remote 3D models. The low-latency remote access to 3D models in high resolution over high-speed networks could enable more effective collaboration between physically distributed teams in research, engineering, and humanities. Many research fields, from engineering and science to the arts and humanities, could benefit from remote access to 3D models. This article surveys the state of the art in this field as well as the various system architectures available. The authors also describe several experiments conducted over long distances (more than 10,000 km) using prototype systems developed at the Czech Technical University. Their results show that when the low processing delay on the sender and receiver side is added to the inevitable network propagation delay the resulting response time is still acceptable and can provide an interactive feeling.
Index Terms:
Three dimensional displays,Stereo image processing,Visualization,Videoconferences,Interactive systems,latency,multimedia,3D models,3D visualizations,remote visualizations,real-time interactive collaboration,processing delays
Citation:
Sven Ubik, Zdeněk Trávníček, Petr Žejdl, Jiří Halák, "Remote Access to 3D Models for Research, Engineering, and Art," IEEE Multimedia, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 12-19, Oct.-Dec. 2012, doi:10.1109/MMUL.2012.50
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