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Introduction to Multimedia,1 1 What is Multimedia,1 2 Multimedia and Hypermedia. 1 3 World Wide Web,1 4 Overview of Multimedia Software Tools. 1 5 Further Exploration,Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1. Motivation of of Study Multimedia,Consistent with human s perception. We perceive the world through all the senses we have. The integration of media is natural, Multimedia technology intends to imitate the human s com.
munication with the world, The separation of media is artificial and may often unsatisfactory. Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1,1 1 What is Multimedia. When different people mention the term multimedia they often have. quite different or even opposing viewpoints, A PC vendor a PC that has sound capability a DVD ROM drive and. perhaps the superiority of multimedia enabled microprocessors that. understand additional multimedia instructions, A consumer entertainment vendor interactive cable TV with hundreds. of digital channels available or a cable TV like service delivered over a. high speed Internet connection, A Computer Science CS student applications that use multiple.
modalities including text images drawings graphics animation. video sound including speech and interactivity,Multimedia and Computer Science convergence. Graphics HCI visualization computer vision data compression graph. theory networking database systems,Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1. Components of Multimedia,Multimedia involves multiple modalities of. Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1,Components of Multimedia. Examples of how these modalities are put to use,1 Video teleconferencing.
2 Distributed lectures for higher education,3 Tele medicine. 4 Co operative work environments, 5 Searching in very large video and image databases for. target visual objects, 6 Augmented reality placing real appearing computer. graphics and video objects into scenes,Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1. 7 Including audio cues for where video conference,participants are located.
8 Building searchable features into new video and, enabling very high to very low bit rate use of new. scalable multimedia products,9 Making multimedia components editable. 10 Building inverse Hollywood applications that can. recreate the process by which a video was made, 11 Using voice recognition to build an interactive. environment say a kitchen wall web browser,Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1. Technology of Multimedia,From the data,Text and hypertext.
Graphics and animation,Image and video,From the target. Multimedia data generation,Multimedia data management. Multimedia data transmission,From the system,Software 8. Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1,Multimedia Research Topics and Projects. To the computer science researcher multimedia consists of a wide variety of topics. 1 Multimedia processing and coding multimedia content analysis content based. multimedia retrieval multimedia security audio image video processing. compression etc, 2 Multimedia system support and networking network protocols Internet.
operating systems servers and clients quality of service QoS and databases. 3 Multimedia tools end systems and applications hypermedia systems user. interfaces authoring systems multi modal interaction and integration. ubiquity web everywhere devices multimedia education including Computer. Supported Collaborative Learning and design and applications of virtual. environments,Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1,Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1. Current Multimedia Projects, Many exciting research projects are currently underway Here are a. few of them, 1 Camera based object tracking technology tracking of the control. objects provides user control of the process, 2 3D motion capture used for multiple actor capture so that multiple. real actors in a virtual studio can be used to automatically produce. realistic animated models with natural movement, 3 Multiple views allowing photo realistic video quality synthesis of.
virtual actors from several cameras or from a single camera under. differing lighting, 4 3D capture technology allow synthesis of highly realistic facial. animation from speech,Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1. 5 Specific multimedia applications aimed at handicapped persons with. low vision capability and the elderly a rich field of endeavor. 6 Digital fashion aims to develop smart clothing that can communicate. with other such enhanced clothing using wireless communication so as. to artificially enhance human interaction in a social setting. 7 Electronic Housecall system an initiative for providing. interactive health monitoring services to patients in their homes. 8 Augmented Interaction applications used to develop interfaces. between real and virtual humans for tasks such as augmented. storytelling,Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1,1 2 Multimedia and Hypermedia. History of Multimedia, 1 Newspaper perhaps the first mass communication medium. uses text graphics and images, 2 Motion pictures conceived of in 1830 s in order to observe.
motion too rapid for perception by the human eye, 3 Wireless radio transmission Guglielmo Marconi at Pontecchio. Italy in 1895 telegraph audio, 4 Television the new medium for the 20th century established. video as a commonly available medium and has since changed. the world of mass communications,Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1. 5 The connection between computers and ideas about multimedia covers what is actually. only a short period, 1945 Vannevar Bush wrote a landmark article describing what amounts to a. hypermedia system called Memex, Link to full V Bush 1945 Memex article As We May Think.
1960 Ted Nelson coined the term hypertext, 1967 Nicholas Negroponte formed the Architecture Machine Group at MIT. 1968 Douglas Engelbart demonstrated the On Line System NLS another very early. hypertext program, 1969 Nelson and van Dam at Brown University created an early hypertext editor. called FRESS, 1976 The MIT Architecture Machine Group proposed a project entitled Multiple. Media resulted in the Aspen Movie Map the first hypermedia videodisk in 1978. Fundamentals of Multimedia Chapter 1 Fundamentals of Multimedia Ze Nian Li Mark S Drew Ze

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