Imparting New Degrees of Freedom to Next Generation Displays and Cameras

Speaker:  Aditi Majumder – Irvine, CA, United States
Topic(s):  Web, Mobile and Multimedia Technologies

Abstract

We have seen a tremendous advancement in the past decade by which we will soon find cameras and projectors everywhere in diverse sizes, form factors and resolutions. More importantly, with this trend, users would soon seek greater control over the resources (e.g. intensity, spatial and spectral resolution, size) and capabilities (e.g. interaction, multi-modal interfaces, connectivity, flexibility, mobility, portability) available in a display or a camera. This talk presents our work-in-progress at UCI on imparting new degrees of freedom and greater user control to create the next generation displays and cameras.
 
The talk will focus on three main aspects. First, a new display paradigm called ubiquitous displays where displays are not mere carriers of information, but active members of the workspace interacting with data, user, environment and other displays. The goal is to integrate such active displays seamlessly with the environment making them ubiquitous to multiple users and data. Such ubiquitous display can be a critical component of the future collaborative workspace. Second, the technologies for ubiquitous displays will be shown to be applicable for creating cooperative mobile displays using mobile projection-enabled devices. Finally, initial inroads towards content-adaptive user-controllable capture 

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  60
Duration:  120 minutes
Languages Available:  English
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