A distributed virtual reality framework for Korea-Japan high-speed network test bed
- A distributed virtual reality framework for Korea-Japan high-speed network test bed
- 히로아키 니시노; 신지 야마비라키; 쓰네오 카가와; 고우이치 우쓰미야; 권용무; 요시히로 오카다
- 가상현실프레임워크; 가상문화재; 네트워크; virtual reality; haptic interface; high-speed network; user-level QoS
- Issue Date
- International Journal of High Performance Computing & Networking
- VOL 6, NO 1, 35-46
- A framework to practically constitute a Distributed Virtual Reality (DVR) system
on a heterogeneous high-speed network environment is shown. The proposed approach
essentially integrates a ‘haptic’ channel into traditional vision and acoustic modalities. The haptic
technology empowers the reality of the DVR system by allowing users to touch virtual objects.
The human touch sensation, however, is very sensitive to delays and jitters; therefore, we propose
a hybrid DVR architecture to realise both data consistency by client-server and scalability
by peer-to-peer models on a long-haul network. Some experiments using a Korea-Japan
high-speed research network are described to validate the proposed method.
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