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延世大学校(Yonsei University) による AR (Augmented Reality) & Video Streaming Services Emerging Technologies の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック

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Welcome to the course “Augmented Reality & Video Service Emerging Technologies.” The level of AR (Augmented Reality) and advanced video & multimedia technology included in a product is what determines the level of value and luxury. The objective of this course is to teach all important technologies that are used in state-of-the-art AR, Skype, and YouTube video and multimedia products and services. This includes the advanced video and real-time multimedia delivery mechanisms based on H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, MPEG-DASH, CDN, and mobile CDN. If you have knowledge of these core technologies, you can understand the operations that are used in every advanced video and multimedia system in the World. As the future World of business and products are driven to be more and more video and multimedia oriented, having knowledge of these core technologies will enable you to lead your company to become the true World leader in AR and video multimedia technology products, services, and business. Thus, I cordially welcome you into the beautiful and powerful World of advanced AR and video multimedia!...

人気のレビュー

SH

2020年8月17日

Loved the course set up and how Prof. Moon explains the concept, breaking the principle concepts to basics foundation elements. The peer project in week 7 was an eye opener to AR potentials.

JR

2021年3月15日

Fue un curso para adquirir los conocimientos basicos y la base para seguir especializandote en Realidad Aumentada

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AR (Augmented Reality) & Video Streaming Services Emerging Technologies: 26 - 27 / 27 レビュー

by Yan L

2022年7月31日

The professor just reads the slides from the beginning to the end. Very less things to think about.

by Joel M

2021年6月9日

The course badly needs an overhaul. The final peer-reviewed assignment involves using an app that hasn't existed for a long time so you are forced to come up with your own alternative. The instructor uses a lot of technical terms long before describing them, and this course does not provide any clickable links to suggested reading materials forcing you to look stuff up on your own or manually type out the long URLs shown at the end of each video. I cannot recommend this course until it gets updated.