Reliable Real-Time Transport of Stereo Video for Immersive Media Communication
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- Chang H., Oh S., Kim J., Woo W., Kwak J. (2003) Reliable Real-Time Transport of Stereo Video for Immersive Media Communication. In: Chung CW., Kim CK., Kim W., Ling TW., Song KH. (eds) Web and Communication Technologies and Internet-Related Social Issues — HSI 2003. HSI 2003. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 2713. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
Emerging high-speed next-generation Internet is enabling immersive media communication systems and applications to realize geographically distributed team collaborations, overcoming the limit of distance and time. Focusing on the reliable real-time delivery of 3D (i.e., stereo) video among corresponding parties, in this paper, key schemes for stereo video processing/display and reliable transport of stereo video packets over high-speed Internet are designed and implemented. The performance of proposed stereo video delivery system is evaluated both by emulating various network situations for quantitative comparison and by transmitting over real-world Internet up to the speed of around 100 Mbps. The results demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed system in supporting the desired immersive communication.
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