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A basic study on the 3D virtual reality telecommunication system toward the next generation ultra high-speed network
Kanji Kato, Kazunori Shimamura,
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Abstract(in English) The motivation of this work is to find key factors and ways triggering user proliferation in Virtual Reality Telecommunication System toward the next generation ultra high-speed network.First, we approach user customization or personalization on a set of linkages among virtual reality worlds.To make it possible for users to have a customized or a personalized linkages among worlds, we propose to use a reproduction of an original VR world.We also propose a concept of "Wherever Portal" which isa link allocated object having a function to indicate information and/or to show a visual scence of a linked destination VR world.With its full of portability and shape flexibility, Wherever Portal is expected to enhance our ability for customization or personalization of links among worlds.From the system requirement analysis, we found that we should prepare for users who want or allow to make their talks public.
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Keyword(in English) high-speed network / Virtual Reality / Telecommunication system / customization / personalization
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Title (in English) A basic study on the 3D virtual reality telecommunication system toward the next generation ultra high-speed network
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Keyword(1) high-speed network
Keyword(2) Virtual Reality
Keyword(3) Telecommunication system
Keyword(4) customization
Keyword(5) personalization
1st Author's Name Kanji Kato
1st Author's Affiliation Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan()
2nd Author's Name Kazunori Shimamura
2nd Author's Affiliation Kochi University of Technology:Telecommunications Advancement Organization of Japan
Date 2000/11/1
Paper # IN2000-108,MVE2000-78
Volume (vol) vol.100
Number (no) 409
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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