GhostMobileCloud: A Cloud-Based Mobile Terminal User Accessing Remote 3D Scene Real-Time Communication Method
In this paper, we propose a real-time interactive method for mobile terminal users to access remote three-dimensional scene based on cloud services. We realize a dynamic and fluent method to access remote three-dimensional scene for mobile terminal. The method achieves a good user experience. We distribute mobile phone user task request and pad user task request from PC terminal user task request by the load balancing server and transfer these tasks to cloud server. So that mobile users transmit the interactive access operation in the scene to cloud server equivalent in the way of instruction set. We complete user command related work and high-quality rendering process by cloud server, which makes mobile terminal user access remote 3D scene immersive interaction. The mobile terminal user only needs to send a command request and receive high-quality pictures. The cloud servers receive instructions from user terminal and complete all related interactive work and transmit results in the form of high-quality pictures to mobile terminal user. This paper solves the technical challenge of mobile device users to access remote real-time interactive 3D scene in a manner of cloud services and continuous interval frame image for the first time.
KeywordsCloud rendering Large-scale three-dimensional scene Mobile terminal Remote interaction
We sincerely thank each one of the reviewers and editors’ work to the paper. This paper is supported by National Natural Science Foundation Projects of China (Grant No. 61300007). The National Key Research and Development Program of China:Research and development of intelligent security card port monitoring and warning platform (Grant No. 2016YFC0800507), Innovation Foundation Program of China Electronics Technology Group Corporation:Research on holographic and abnormal behavior intelligent warning technology for social security risk targets.
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