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Creating, Connecting and Collaborating through Computing, International Conference on (2005)
Kyoto, Japan
Jan. 28, 2005 to Jan. 29, 2005
ISBN: 0-7695-2325-0
pp: 43-49
Yukio Yasuhara , Kyoto University, Japan
Nobuyuki Kukimoto , Tohwa University, Japan
Naohisa Sakamoto , Kyoto University, Japan
Yasuo Ebara , Kyoto University, Japan
Koji Koyamada , Kyoto University, Japan
We developed a 3D data transmitting and displaying system with an omni-directional display for group learning. The omni-directional display system enables many users to watch 3D images from each viewpoint without wearing special devices. Therefore, we consider that the omni-directional display is an effective 3D displaying method in the environment of group learning. In our system, we reconstruct 3D shapes of objects from images which are captured by multi-viewpoint cameras. Next, we transmit reconstructed data to remote places and display on the omni-directional display. We realize a series of these process in real-time. Moreover, we implemented a PDA-based control user interface for the omni-directional display system, and realized the control freely from any positions around the display.
Group Learning, Omni-directional Display, 3D Shape Reconstruction, PDA

N. Kukimoto, Y. Ebara, K. Koyamada, N. Sakamoto and Y. Yasuhara, "3D Data Transmitting and Displaying System with an Omni-Directional Display for Group Learning," Creating, Connecting and Collaborating through Computing, International Conference on(C5), Kyoto, Japan, 2005, pp. 43-49.
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