High-Speed Internet Presentations
|Full Conference||Full Conference One-Day||Basic Conference|
Networked Dome Theater
|Exhibition Hall B|
|Thursday, 17 December 2009||09:30 - 18:00|
|Friday, 18 December 2009||09:30 - 18:00|
|Saturday, 19 December 2009||09:30 - 18:00|
This demonstration of very-high-resolution images in a nine-meter dome is presented by the Graduate School of Media Design, Keio University in collaboration with other organizations. It features spherical images of a total solar eclipse and other phenomena provided by a 4K projector streaming over a 10-gigabit network from a remote dome environment in Osaka.
Asahi Broadcasting Corporation
NTT Network Innovation Laboratories
JVC Kenwood Holdings
Live Microscope Streaming from USC School of Cinematic Arts
Thursday, 17 December | 13:00 PM - 14:00 PM | Room 411/412
Live high-definition images of common pond-water micro-organisms and the surfaces of some common objects streamed from a RED One camera interfaced to an optical microscope at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles.
The images are captured live at 720P, 30 frames per second, up-converted to 1080i, then converted to IP for transmission to Yokohama, where the IP feed is converted to HD and projected live in the theater. While the transmission is taking place, the images are also being recorded at 4k resolution for later viewing and analysis. This demonstration illustrates how a group at a distant location can participate in a discussion about subjects under the microscope via high-speed research networks in real time. It is the first trans-Pacific demonstration of streaming live RED One camera images from a microscope.
USC School of Cinematic Arts