Information technology - Computer graphics, image processing and environmental representation - Sensor representation in mixed and augmented reality
This document specifies the following functionalities:
a) representation of physical sensors in a 3D scene;
b) definition of physical sensors in a 3D scene;
c) representation of functionalities of each physical sensor in a 3D scene;
d) representation of physical properties of each physical sensor in a 3D scene;
e) management of physical sensors in a 3D scene;
f) interface with physical sensor information in a 3D scene.
This document defines a reference model for physical sensor-based mixed-reality applications to represent and to exchange functions of physical sensors in 3D scenes. It does not define specific physical interfaces necessary for manipulating physical devices, but rather defines common functional interfaces that can be used interchangeably between applications.
This document does not define how specific applications are implemented with specific physical sensor devices. It does not include computer generated sensor information using computer input/output devices such as a mouse or a keyboard. The sensors in this document represent physical sensor devices in the real world.
|Publication type||International Standard|
|TC/SC||ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 24 - Computer graphics, image processing and environmental data representationrss|
|ICS||35.140 - Computer graphics|
|File size||7622 KB|
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