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Graphics to H.264 video encoding for 3D scene representation and interaction on mobile devices using region of interest
Author(s): Minh Tuan Le; Congdu Nguyen; Dae-Il Yoon; Eun Ku Jung; Jie Jia; Hae-Kwang Kim
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Paper Abstract

In this paper, we propose a method of 3D graphics to video encoding and streaming that are embedded into a remote interactive 3D visualization system for rapidly representing a 3D scene on mobile devices without having to download it from the server. In particular, a 3D graphics to video framework is presented that increases the visual quality of regions of interest (ROI) of the video by performing more bit allocation to ROI during H.264 video encoding. The ROI are identified by projection 3D objects to a 2D plane during rasterization. The system offers users to navigate the 3D scene and interact with objects of interests for querying their descriptions. We developed an adaptive media streaming server that can provide an adaptive video stream in term of object-based quality to the client according to the user's preferences and the variation of network bandwidth. Results show that by doing ROI mode selection, PSNR of test sample slightly change while visual quality of objects increases evidently.

Paper Details

Date Published: 9 January 2008
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 6794, ICMIT 2007: Mechatronics, MEMS, and Smart Materials, 67943X (9 January 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.784010
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Minh Tuan Le, Sejong Univ. (South Korea)
Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology (Vietnam)
Congdu Nguyen, Sejong Univ. (South Korea)
Dae-Il Yoon, Sejong Univ. (South Korea)
Eun Ku Jung, Sejong Univ. (South Korea)
Jie Jia, Sejong Univ. (South Korea)
Hae-Kwang Kim, Sejong Univ. (South Korea)


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ICMIT 2007: Mechatronics, MEMS, and Smart Materials

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