Demonstration

Coordinator: David Lassner (david@hawaii.edu)

Organizers:
Hawaii site: Kazuyoshi MATSUMOTO (mat@crl.go.jp)
                     Yasuichi KITAMURA (kita@crl.go.jp)
Tokyo site:  Kenji TANAKA (ken@crl.go.jp)
                     Akihiko MACHIZAWA (machi@crl.go.jp)

Objective/Description of overall Demonstration:
On Jan. 25 and 26 in Hawaii time, IP controlled model car races, Ruff HDV, Dance performance
over APII testbed, and also HDTV transmisson by QGPOP and KOREN over APII testbed will
be demonstrated. As the same demonstration will be held for JGN symposium in Japan on Jan. 26
and 27 in Tokyo time, on-line demonstration will be planned in 15:00-17:00 of Jan. 26 in Hawaii time.  
 

Short description of each demonstration:

1) IP controlled model car races
         Three IP car in APAN Hawaii and three IP cars in JGN Tokyo remotely controlled through
        the Internet will race.
        This requires about 10Mbps for bilateral IPv6 transmission betwenn APAN Hawaii and JGN Tokyo.
        On-line demonstration time is 15:00-17:00 of Jan. 26 in Hawaii time.
        Off-line demonstration is good for all day.
        A contact person is Kenji TANAKA(ken@crl.go.jp)
 
2)  Ruff HDV
        A new High Definition Degital Video System capable of IPv6, Ruff HDV will be used for
        live transmission of the IP controlled model car races.
       This requres about 30Mbps for IPv6 bilateral transmssion between APAN Hawaii and JGN Tokyo
       On-line demonstration time is 15:00-17:00 of Jan. 26 in Hawaii time.
       A contact person is Kenji TANAKA(ken@crl.go.jp)

3)  Dance performance
       A korean dance performance will be transmitted through Korea-Japan APII link.
      This requres about 40Mbps for IPv4 multicast transmission from Korea to APAN Hawaii.
      On-line demonstration is always OK when bandwidth accepts.
      A contact person is Yasuichi KITAMURA( kita@crl.go.jp)

4) HDTV transmisson by QGPOP and KOREN  over APII testbed
     HDTV from Korea using APII testbed in cooperation with QGPOP and KOREN will be provided.
     We can see HDTV live streams from Korea such as landscapes of Korea and videos which
     show high resolution effects of HDTV. HDTV streams are sent via MPEG2.
     On-line demonstration is always OK when bandwidth accepts.
     A contact person is Koji OKAMURA (oka@oka@ec.kyushu-u.ac.jp)