Perception-Based Compression of Haptic Data Streams Using Kalman Filters

  title={Perception-Based Compression of Haptic Data Streams Using Kalman Filters},
  author={Peter Hinterseer and Eckehard G. Steinbach and Subhasis Chaudhuri},
  journal={2006 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics Speech and Signal Processing Proceedings},
In order to realize truly immersive and stable telepresence and teleaction over the Internet it is necessary to keep delay, data rate, and packet rate of haptic data streams as low as possible. In addition, the compression scheme for haptic data, which is necessary to achieve those goals, must be fast enough to work on a sample by sample basis to not add further delay. This paper presents an approach that reduces haptic data traffic in networked telepresence and teleaction systems to a small… CONTINUE READING
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