A networked telepresence system for cars and its transmission issue

Kazutoshi Fujikawa, Kazumasa Yamazawa, Tomoya Ishikawa, Yuichi Butsuen, Tomokazu Sato, Yutaka Nakaramura, Hideki Sunahara, Naokazu Yokoya

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Abstract

Recently, the telepresence which allows us to experience a remote site through a virtualized real world has been investigated. We have implemented a networked telepresence system using omni-directional images which enable multiple users to share a virtualized dynamic real scene in the distance and to see any direction of the scene they want. By adopting multicast transmission, our telepresence system will provide a scene for a lot of users without increasing network loads. In this paper, we introduce our networked telepresence system and discuss its network communication issue when using multicast as a transmission protocol.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEUROMEDIA 2005 - 11th Annual Scientific Conference on Web Technology, New Media Communications and Telematics Theory Methods, Tools and Applications
PublisherEUROSIS
Pages119-123
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Externally publishedYes
Event11th Annual Scientific Conference on Web Technology, New Media Communications and Telematics Theory Methods, Tools and Applications, EUROMEDIA 2005 - Toulouse, France
Duration: 2005 Apr 112005 Apr 13

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Other11th Annual Scientific Conference on Web Technology, New Media Communications and Telematics Theory Methods, Tools and Applications, EUROMEDIA 2005
CountryFrance
CityToulouse
Period05/4/1105/4/13

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Keywords

  • Mobile communication
  • Multicast
  • Video streaming
  • Wireless communication

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • Computer Science Applications

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Fujikawa, K., Yamazawa, K., Ishikawa, T., Butsuen, Y., Sato, T., Nakaramura, Y., ... Yokoya, N. (2005). A networked telepresence system for cars and its transmission issue. In EUROMEDIA 2005 - 11th Annual Scientific Conference on Web Technology, New Media Communications and Telematics Theory Methods, Tools and Applications (pp. 119-123). EUROSIS.

A networked telepresence system for cars and its transmission issue. / Fujikawa, Kazutoshi; Yamazawa, Kazumasa; Ishikawa, Tomoya; Butsuen, Yuichi; Sato, Tomokazu; Nakaramura, Yutaka; Sunahara, Hideki; Yokoya, Naokazu.

EUROMEDIA 2005 - 11th Annual Scientific Conference on Web Technology, New Media Communications and Telematics Theory Methods, Tools and Applications. EUROSIS, 2005. p. 119-123.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Fujikawa, K, Yamazawa, K, Ishikawa, T, Butsuen, Y, Sato, T, Nakaramura, Y, Sunahara, H & Yokoya, N 2005, A networked telepresence system for cars and its transmission issue. in EUROMEDIA 2005 - 11th Annual Scientific Conference on Web Technology, New Media Communications and Telematics Theory Methods, Tools and Applications. EUROSIS, pp. 119-123, 11th Annual Scientific Conference on Web Technology, New Media Communications and Telematics Theory Methods, Tools and Applications, EUROMEDIA 2005, Toulouse, France, 05/4/11.
Fujikawa K, Yamazawa K, Ishikawa T, Butsuen Y, Sato T, Nakaramura Y et al. A networked telepresence system for cars and its transmission issue. In EUROMEDIA 2005 - 11th Annual Scientific Conference on Web Technology, New Media Communications and Telematics Theory Methods, Tools and Applications. EUROSIS. 2005. p. 119-123
Fujikawa, Kazutoshi ; Yamazawa, Kazumasa ; Ishikawa, Tomoya ; Butsuen, Yuichi ; Sato, Tomokazu ; Nakaramura, Yutaka ; Sunahara, Hideki ; Yokoya, Naokazu. / A networked telepresence system for cars and its transmission issue. EUROMEDIA 2005 - 11th Annual Scientific Conference on Web Technology, New Media Communications and Telematics Theory Methods, Tools and Applications. EUROSIS, 2005. pp. 119-123
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