We developed a stereoscopic video system, which has high-resolution images for central vision and it is called the Q system. The Q system uses a compound image that is a wide-angle image with an embedded high-resolution image. However, the Q system could not be used under situations where many robots work at the same time. This is because it needs four channels of video signals and the available channels could be limited under such situations. Thus, we have developed a digital Q system. The system can be used under such restricted situations, because the required data transfer rate is adjustable by changing the compression rates for a high-resolution image and a wide-angle image. In addition, the experiment confirmed that even though the systems used the same data transfer rate, the digital Q system could make teleoperation more efficient and more precise than a conventional stereoscopic video system.
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 1 2001|
|Event||IEEE Virtual Reality 2001 - Yokohama, Japan|
Duration: Mar 13 2001 → Mar 17 2001
|Other||IEEE Virtual Reality 2001|
|Period||3/13/01 → 3/17/01|
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