XMPP-based Real-time Mobile Multimedia Collaboration
|Proposal on||03. May 2011 16:45|
|Proposal room||Seminarraum I5|
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|Presentation on||13. Dec 2011 14:00|
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People, being social beings by nature, would like to interact with others. Nowadays applications that ensures communication and collaboration among communities has become extremely popular. Over the last years, mobile smartphones and web2.0 are revolutionizing this interaction.
On the other hand, current technical solutions has some certain limitations. Majority of the collaborative applications in mobile domain operates on common Internet protocols like HTTP. However classical service oriented approaches like REST, SOAP and HTTP are inadequate since they are not intended for real-time collaboration purposes and can not fulfill the requirements of it. Thus, determining the right set of underlying protocol is also crucial in the real-time mobile context. Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) that enables real-time messaging, presence and data sharing in a secure way, suits well for synchronous mobile col laboration platform.
The aim of this thesis to examine existing real-time mobile collaborative and augmented reality state of the art solutions and and develop an mobile collaborative augmented reality application that performs the collaboration on an open customizable XMPP based framework. The system will
provide set of services so that mobile clients can perform acquisition of videos and images, annotate these multimedia in real-time and view the multimedia in augmented reality.