Carl M. Moore

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Latency in a communication system can result in confusing a conversation through loss of causality as people exchange verbal and non-verbal nuances. This paper compares true end-to-end latencies across an immersive virtual environment and a video conference link using the same approach to measure both. Our approach is to measure end-to-end latency through(More)
What level of synchronization is necessary between images from multiple cameras in order to realistically reconstruct a moving human in 3D? Live reconstruction of the human form, from cameras surrounding the subject, could bridge the gap between video conferencing and Immersive Collaborative Virtual Environments (ICVEs). Video conferencing faithfully(More)
The aim of our experiment is to determine if eye-gaze can be estimated from a virtuality human: to within the accuracies that underpin social interaction; and reliably across gaze poses and camera arrangements likely in every day settings. The scene is set by explaining why Immersive Virtuality Telepresence has the potential to meet the grand challenge of(More)
—Supporting a wide set of linked non-verbal resources remains an evergreen challenge for communication technology, limiting effectiveness in many applications. Interpersonal distance , gaze, posture and facial expression, are interpreted together to manage and add meaning to most conversations. Yet today's technologies favor some above others. This induces(More)
In this paper we examine how closely together images to be used in 3D reconstruction are captured, when acquisition is started using a software-based trigger delivered to multiple computers on a network. In addition we compare a software triggered pull system to a push system. Synchronisation is a key component in 3D reconstruction systems and can also be(More)
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