1 Chapter 1 Introduction to Multimedia 1. What is Multimedia? 2. Multimedia and Hypermedia 3. World Wide Web 4. Multimedia Authoring 5. Multimedia Tools
2 1. What is Multimedia?
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. 4. Multi-modal interaction and integration : “ubiquity“ web-everywhere devices, multimedia education including Computer Supported Collaborative Learning, and design and applications of virtual environments.
7 Examples from 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.
- Fall '16
- Dr.Murat Koyuncu
- World Wide Web, Macromedia, multimedia tools