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Advanced Concurrent Interfaces for High-Performance Multi-Media Distributed C3 Systems

Author: Nicholas P Negroponte; Richard A Bolt; MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE MEDIA LAB.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center MAR 1993.
Edition/Format:   eBook : English
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Under this contract, the MIT Media Laboratory explored state-of-the- art display techniques, together with interactive means, on the theme of advanced mapping displays for the commander. Achievements - including some world firsts - occurred in three major research areas: Enhanced Display Qualities, in particular: the readability of tactical maps through enhanced resolution, unique graphical techniques such as  Read more...
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All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas P Negroponte; Richard A Bolt; MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE MEDIA LAB.
OCLC Number: 227795129
Description: 84 p.

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Under this contract, the MIT Media Laboratory explored state-of-the- art display techniques, together with interactive means, on the theme of advanced mapping displays for the commander. Achievements - including some world firsts - occurred in three major research areas: Enhanced Display Qualities, in particular: the readability of tactical maps through enhanced resolution, unique graphical techniques such as transparency, spatio-temporal trade-offs, and removal of spatio-temporal clutter; map usability, through readily-annotated large-format displays, and visualization of terrain through low-cost, real-time 3-D computer graphics techniques. Broadened User Actions, through multimodal natural dialogue via concurrent speech input, gesture and gaze. Advanced Input/ Output, in particular: synthetic terrain holography from mapping data, and the innovation and development of real-time holographic video; the extraction of range data from camera depth-of-field information, both to make likelihood estimates of scene structure, and to evaluate user expressive facial output ... Large Format Displays, Terrain Visualization, Dynamic Maps, Multi-Modal Interaction, Holographic Mapping.

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