The Distributed Immersive Performance (DIP) project explores one of the most challenging goals of networked media technology: creating a seamless environment for remote and synchronous musical collaboration.
The vision of the Integrated Media Systems Center is the development of immersipresence as the next great breakthrough in our digital era, moving people from the current two-dimensional world of computers, television and film to three-dimensional immersive environments with visual, aural and haptic capabilities.[Read More]
A landmark event in the evolution of Internet applications, Remote Media Immersion (RMI) demonstrates a breakthrough Internet technology for capturing, streaming, and rendering high-resolution, big-screen digital video and multichannel audio.[Read More]
In this project we are working on creating the network infrastructure on which to build a highly accurate, synchronized and loss-free substrate for immersive applications, which can scale to any number of participants located anywhere around the world.[Read More]
Due to the proliferation of multimedia information over the internet, users are confronted with large amounts of content from many sources around the world. Techniques that enable users to efficiently search and exchange information are greatly needed.[Read More]
The most popular and widely deployed media communication applications are likely to be those that are accessible over the Internet, both through the currently predominant wired access and through emerging wireless access channels.[Read More]
3D graphic transmission has recently attracted great attention in both academic research and commercial applications, such as architectural presentations, virtual marketing, and network gaming, etc.
Quality of service (QoS) in streaming of continuous media over the Internet is still poor and inconsistent.
The expanding capabilities of the Internet to handle digital media streams is enabling new applications and transforming existing applications in many areas.[Read More]