A motion-aware approach to continuous retrieval of 3D objects
Mohammed Eunus Ali, Rui Zhang, Egemen Tanin, Lars Kulik
2008 IEEE 24TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DATA ENGINEERING, VOLS 1-3 | IEEE | Published : 2008
With recent advances in mobile computing technologies, mobile devices can now render 3D objects realistically. Many users of these devices such as tourists, mixed-reality gamers, and rescue of fleers, need real-time retrieval of 3D objects over a wireless network. Due to bandwidth and latency restrictions in mobile settings, efficient continuous retrieval of 3D objects remains a challenge. In this paper, we describe a motion-aware approach to this problem. We first introduce multi-resolution storage and retrieval methods for 3D data, which restrict access to only the necessary content based on the client's motion pattern. We then propose a motion-aware buffer management technique as well as ..View full abstract
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Awarded by Australian Research Councils Discovery funding scheme
We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their comments that improved our paper. This work is partially supported under the Australian Research Councils Discovery funding scheme (project number DP0880215).