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Common Types and Tools

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Part number: 
6
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Open

  N11998March 2011, Geneva, Switzerland SourceSystems/3DGStatusApprovedTitleOverview of AuthorKyoungro Yoon (Konkuk University)Specifies syntax and semantics of the datatypes and tools common to the tools defined in other parts of ISO/IEC 23005. To be specific, basic data types which are used as basic building blocks in more than one tools of MPEG-V

  • color-related basic types which are used in light and color related tools to help specifying color related characteristics of the devices or commands
  • time stamp types which can be used in device commands and sensed informations to specify timing related information
  • several classification schemes which are used in more than one part MPEG-V

Most of the tools defined in this part are not intended to be used alone, but to be used as a part or as a supporting tool of other tools defined in other parts of MPEG-V.

MPEG-V Common types and tools

MPEG doc#: N11998
Date: March 2011
Author: Kyoungro Yoon (Konkuk University)

 

This part of ISO/IEC 23005 specifies syntax and semantics of the data types and tools common to the tools defined in the other parts of ISO/IEC 23005, such as basic data types (unitType, InclineAngleType, and Float3DVectorType) which are used as basic building blocks in more than one of the tools in ISO/IEC 23005, color-related basic types which are used in light and color-related tools to help in specifying color-related characteristics of the devices or commands, and time stamp types which can be used in device commands, and sensed information to specify timing related information.

Several classification schemes which are used in more than one part of ISO/IEC 23005 are also defined in Annex A of this part of ISO/IEC 23005. Current version of document has UnitTypeCS, ColorCS, LocationCS, ScentCS, ShakeDirectionCS, SpinDirectionCS, SprayingTypeCS, TactileEffectCS, WaveDirectionCS, WaveStartDirectionCS, TactileDisplayCS, and classifications schemes for human skeleton features.

Other tools to be developed are included in this part of ISO/IEC 23005, if those tools are to be used with the tools defined in more than one part of ISO/IEC 23005. Most of the tools defined in this part are not intended to be used alone, but to be used as a part or as a supporting tool of other tools defined in other parts of ISO/IEC 23005.