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 HDTV Working Group
 Chairman :  Jongwon Kim [ jongwon@gist.ac.kr ]
 Objectives :  This HDTV session is designed to provide attendees with an opportunity to discuss the latest development around the network-based delivery of
 HD (high-definition)/4K video technology. Aiming to provide immersive experience to end users with HD quality video, lots of efforts are taking place
 to enable HD video contents over high-speed research networks. In this session, several on-going efforts on HD video delivery will be presented
 and discussed.
 Target Audience :  Network/Application Engineers
 Expected Number of Participants :  15-30
 Agenda :  

#1. HDTV session

          (1.0 hour slot, chair Andrew Howard)

Objective: This HDTV session is designed to provide attendees with an opportunity to discuss the latest development around the network-based delivery of HD (high-definition)/4K video technology. Aiming to provide immersive experience to end users with HD quality video, lots of efforts are taking place to enable HD video contents over high-speed research networks. In this session, several on-going efforts on HD video delivery will be presented and discussed.


1. Echo cancellation for interactive HD streaming - Boncheol Goo, KAIST GSCT   Slides

Abstract: Everyone knows that the echo cancellation is an important process in order to improve voice quality on a communication over networks. But complexity of the wiring, lack of expertise, and necessity of partner for every test make it difficult. Therefore, this talk aims to introduce a system for self-test of echo cancellation, so that it can enhance time efficiency of operation in establishing networked communication environments.


2.Technical details for the live demo of 3D Robot Surgery from Czech Republic - Jiri Navralti, CESNET   Slides

Abstract: Technical explanation about the live demo of 3D Robot Surgery (the connections from the hospital in CZ to the venue in HKG and the technical devices for live transmission) will be provided.


3. Remote streaming over 40G between Amsterdam and Geneva to a 8000x4000 pixel tiled panel - Ronald van der Pol, SARA

Abstract: During the GLIF meeting at CERN in October 2010 SARA showed a remote scientific visualisation demo. High resolution images of more than 8K were streamed from Amsterdam to Geneva at 32 Gbit/s. In this presentation the technical setup of the streaming server, the network and the video wall is explained.



          

#2. HDTV WG meeting

          (0.5 hour slot, chair: JongWon Kim)

Objective : This meeting will discuss WG activities on promoting the development of interoperable network-based delivery of HD video.


1.Reports: Member reports & HD video over IP technology update (ALL)


2. Building the Sightdeck - Andrew Howard , The Australian National University

Abstract: The ANU is currently installing a multipurpose High Definition video studio which will also house the first commercial installation of the iMatte Sightdeck system. The Sightdeck provides a natural interactive shared collaboration environment. This presentation details aspects of the room design, equipment choices, trade-offs and construction in addition to demonstrating some of the capabilities of the Sightdeck system.


3. CUDA-supported real-time DXT compression of HD video: design and implementation - JongWon Kim, GIST   Slides

Abstract: On-going effort on building CUDA-supported real-time DXT compression of HD video will be explained.


4. WG discussions on HDTV over IP collaboration (all participants)



          

#3. HDTV & Medical Joint Demo Session (Live Demo of 3D Robot Surgery from CZ)

          Session Chair: Dr. Shuji Shimizu (Kyushu University) and Dr. JongWon Kim (GIST)


1. Demo Instruction - Jiri Navralti, CESNET

Abstract: Introduction about the live demo will be provided, which is intended for high-level education for surgeons. Also, other technical details about demo (the connections from the hospital in CZ to the venue in HKG and the technical devices for live transmission) will be provided.


2. Live Demo of 3D Robot Surgery (Operator: Dr. Jan Schraml - MNUL, Czech Republic)

Abstract: Live surgery demo of a patient with carcinoma of the prostate cT2N0M0 will be performed to demonstrate the advantages of mini-invasive robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy in preserving neurovascular bundles and bladder neck.


3. Wrap-up (moderated by Session Chairs)

 Remarks :  

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