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  • MUTED (Multi-User 3D Television Display)

    The MUTED project will design and evaluate the next generation of 3D display, which will be:

    • Relatively inexpensive
    • "Hang-on-the-wall"
    • 3D without the need for glasses
    • 3D for multiple mobile viewers
    • 3D over a room-sized area

    The MUTED project will significantly advance the required enabling technologies that will bring viable 3D display systems to market within the next 10 years.

    The 2,5 year MUTED project which started mid 2006 will bring together 30 person-years of proven competence in the fields of display, head tracking and human factors components that were most recently demonstrated in the successful EC funded Advanced Three-Dimensional Television Systems Technologies Project and the current 3DTV Network of Excellence.

    Download the MUTED flyer [pdf]

    URL: http://www.muted3d.eu

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  • K-Space

    K-Space integrates leading European research teams to create a Network of Excellence in semantic inference for semi-automatic annotation and retrieval of multimedia content. The aim is to narrow the gap between content descriptors that can be computed automatically by current machines and algorithms, and the richness and subjectivity of semantics in high-level human interpretations of audiovisual media: /The Semantic Gap/. This will be achieved by linking research efforts over the following three research clusters underpinning the K-Space framework:

    URL: http://kspace.qmul.net

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