Software Architecture for Immersipresence

  title={Software Architecture for Immersipresence},
  author={Alexandre R. J. François},
Immersive, interactive applications grouped under the concept of Immersipresence require on-line processing and mixing of multimedia data streams and structures. One critical issue seldom addressed is the integration of different solutions to technical challenges, developed independently in separate fields, into working systems, that operate under hard performance constraints. In order to realize the Immersipresence vision, a consistent, generic approach to system integration is needed, that is… CONTINUE READING


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