Real-Time Color Video Workstation

Project: Research project

Project Details


This award is for the acquisition of a real time disc system with color monitor, camera, printer, and recorder/player. The instruments are to support research projects in motion adaptive video coding with motion compensation and motion measurement by matching approaches. The instrument upgrades current black and white equipment to color. One method of squeezing more use out of limited broadcast channels is to discover new ways of coding color and motion information. These will become particularly important with the advent of high definition television and is critical to some of the proposed HDTV standards. This equipment award is for the acquisition of a real time color video display system for use in research on motion and color coding algorithms.

Effective start/end date4/1/913/31/93


  • National Science Foundation: $32,000.00


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