Video Networking Laboratory

Hideaki KIMATA: Professor

When people see the video, they have the impression that it is emotional and the content is easy to understand. Thinking out the editing and presentation methods for video changes the value that people receive. Therefore, we are engaged in research on human, video processing and graphics, and networking of video information in order to produce and provide video content that gives an impression that suits the viewer. We aim to create content that integrates the real space in which we live and the digital space in which human knowledge is accumulated.                                

Topics of research
  • Video and 3D sensor signal processing, compression and transmission
  • Elucidation of factors of human impression and content generation
  • Spatial fusion and content presentation, evaluation method
keyword Stereoscopic and immersive video / video coding / mixed reality / digital twin
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Graduate School of Engineering