“A web system for creating and sharing 3D auditory contents” by Matsuda and Yamamoto

  • ©Seiya Matsuda and Tomohito Yamamoto

  • ©Seiya Matsuda and Tomohito Yamamoto



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    A web system for creating and sharing 3D auditory contents



    Recently, 3D movies such as “Avatar” have been popular because they can provide hyper reality. Most of these movies require special facility such as IMAX 3D. Therefore it has been difficult to introduce these movies to home environment. However, 3D TV for individual use has already been developed and is expected to become popular in a few years. In such situation, the demand of 3D contents for those systems will be higher and higher. However it is very difficult to create such contents because it requires exclusive tool, high technique and much cost.


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