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Remote scientific visualization of progressive 3D meshes with X3D

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Remote scientific visualization of progressive 3D meshes with X3D
This paper presents a framework, integrated into the X3D file format, for the streaming of 3D content in the context of remote scientific visualization; a progressive mesh compression method is proposed that can handle 3D objects associated with attributes like colors, while producing high quality intermediate Levels Of Detail (LOD). Efficient adaptation mechanisms are also proposed so as to optimize the LOD management of the 3D scene according to different constraints like the network bandwidth, the device graphic capability, the display resolution and the user preferences. Experiments demonstrate the efficiency of our approach in scientific visualization scenarii. CR Categories: I.3.2 [Computer Graphics]: Graphics systems-Remote systems I.3.6 [Computer Graphics]: Methodology and Techniques--Graphics data structures and data types
Adrien Maglo, Ho Lee, Guillaume Lavoué, Chr
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where VRML
Authors Adrien Maglo, Ho Lee, Guillaume Lavoué, Christophe Mouton, Céline Hudelot, Florent Dupont
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