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Integrating Support for Collaboration-unaware VRML Models into Cooperative Applications

Author(s): Werner Geyer, Martin Mauve.
Title: Integrating Support for Collaboration-unaware VRML Models into Cooperative Applications
Published: Proc. of IEEE Multimedia Systems (ICMS) '99, pp. 655-660, Florence, Italy, June 1999
Abstract: This paper presents design and architecture of thedistributed virtual reality service (dvr) which allowscollaboration-unaware VRML animations and simulationsto be integrated into cooperative applications. The dvrservice realizes the distribution of VRML content to a groupof participants via multicast. User interactions with theVRML model are synchronized in a manner transparent tothe VRML content. To demonstrate the feasibility of ournovel approach, we have successfully integrated thedistributed virtual reality service into the digital lectureboard which is a shared whiteboard tailored to the specificneeds of collaborative work, for instance, in the area ofcomputer-based distance education.
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