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3D Visual Communications Using Web Technology
Living in an era of widespread mobility and networking, where almost all consumer electronic devices are endpoints of the wireless/wired networks, the deployment of 3D visual representation will significantly challenge the network bandwidth as well as the computational capability of terminal points. In other words, the data volume received in an endpoint required to generate 3D views will be many times greater than that in a single view of a 2D system, and hence the new view generation process sets a higher requirement for the endpoint’s computational capability. The emerging 4G networks can significantly improve the bandwidth as well as include many new features designed specifically for high-volume data communications, which fit well into the timing of 3D visual communications. The two main 4G standards are 3GPP LTE (long-term evolution) and IEEE 802.16m WiMAX (sometimes called WiMAX 2). Both standards provide features in the physical layer achieving high data rates and low latency based on orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) technology with adaptive modulation and coding (AMC) and multiple transmit/receive antenna (MIMO) support. In the upper communication layers, 4G networks support all-IP architectures and allow the uplink scheduler at the base station to learn the buffer status for the associated mobile devices by offering several quality of service (QoS) mechanisms to establish connections with different scheduling types and priorities.
Transmitting compressed 3D video bit streams over networks have more challenges than with conventional 2D video. From the video compression system point of view, the state-of-the-art 3D video codec introduces more decoding dependency to reduce the required bit rate due to the exploitation of the inter-view and synthesis prediction. Therefore, the existing mono-view video transmission scheme cannot be applied directly to these advanced 3D formats. From the communication system perspective, the 3D video bit stream needs more bandwidth to carry more views than the mono-view video. The evolution of cellular communications into 4G wireless network results in significant improvements of bandwidth and reliability. The end mobile user can benefit from the improved network infrastructure and error control to enjoy a 3D video experience.
Take a step beyond video conferencing with 3D-VC web technology. Now you can build a 3D reconstruction of a scene and reproduce it on cloud servers, opening up a whole new range of possibilities. The communications pipeline involves content creation, the generation of 3D models of all your objects and scenery, data compression, decompression, post-processing and 3D display stages; our team will carry out each of these stages for you. With our state of the art technology we will streamline the process of creating your 3D models, producing amazingly interactive and highly versatile content; our cloud platform then gives you a fast, reliable way to set up the latest in communications.
Improvements in 3D modeling and rendering are revolutionizing the way you work and interact online. With our industry-leading visual communications packages you’ll be able to take advantage of the latest technology on the back of the infrastructure we’ll developed.