Visible Light Communication Based on Temporal Psychovisual Modulation
We report on our research in an intriguing application area of our recent pioneer work of temporal psychovisual modulation: visible light wireless communication. It is demonstrated how a high-speed optoelectronic display functions simultaneously as a 2D array of optical transmitters and a conventional visual output device. At the receiving end, digital cameras can download data via the optical MIMO link while user(s) can work and read the display as they are accustomed. The said unification of information display and wireless optical communication is made possible by psychovisually based image processing.
Prof. Xiaolin WU
Date & Time
19 Apr 2016 (Tuesday) 11:00 - 12:00
E11-4045 (University of Macau)
Department of Computer and Information Science
Xiaolin Wu, Ph.D. in computer science, University of Calgary, Canada, 1988. Dr. Wu started his academic career in 1988, and has since been on the faculty of University of Western Ontario, New York Polytechnic University (NYU Poly), and currently McMaster University, where he is a professor at the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering and holds the NSERC senior industrial research chair in Digital Cinema. His research interests include image processing, multimedia signal coding and communication, joint source-channel coding, multiple description coding, and network-aware visual communication. He has published over three hundred research papers and holds five patents in these fields. Dr. Wu is an IEEE fellow, a past associated editor of IEEE Transactions on Image Processing and IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, and served on the technical committees of many IEEE international conferences/workshops. Dr. Wu received numerous international awards and honors.