Home   >   CSC-OpenAccess Library   >    Manuscript Information
Full Text Available

(1.83MB)
This is an Open Access publication published under CSC-OpenAccess Policy.
Virtual Teratak: A 3D Home Control and Entertainment System
Soon Nyean Cheong, Wen Jiun Yap, Ian Chai, Rajasvaran Logeswaran, Mun Leong Chan
Pages - 17 - 23     |    Revised - 15-11-2012     |    Published - 31-12-2012
Volume - 3   Issue - 2    |    Publication Date - November / December 2012  Table of Contents
MORE INFORMATION
KEYWORDS
3D Virtual Home, Interactive Home Control, Smartphone
ABSTRACT
Virtual Teratak, a 3D virtual home navigation and control system is designed and developed to complement or replace existing remote controls, allowing home users to control network-connectable devices such as controllable lights, televisions, fans, etc. easily and conveniently with Android-based smartphones. The system is augmented with actual photos of the home so that users can control home devices more intuitively. A 3D virtual home navigation interface is also implemented with WebGL and HTML5 running on web browsers, which enable the users to have a more immersive experience in controlling their home appliances. Users can thus navigate the 3D virtual home, touch the 3D virtual appliances and control the actual appliances easily. Virtual Teratak has been successfully implemented and integrated into the Digital Home located within Multimedia University, Malaysia.
CITED BY (0)  
1 Google Scholar
2 CiteSeerX
3 refSeek
4 Scribd
5 SlideShare
6 PdfSR
1 W.K. Park, C.S. Choi, J.S. Han and I. Han. ”Design and implementation of ZigBee based URC applicable to legacy home appliances,” in Proc. of International Symposium on Consumer Electronics, 2007, pp. 1-6.
2 Crestron Electronics, Inc. “Control System for Home Automation, Campus & Building Control by Crestron Electronics.” Internet: www.crestron.com, Jul. 15, 2011 [Sep. 1, 2012].
3 The LinuxMCE Project. “Welcome to LinuxMCE.” Internet: www.linuxmce.org, Jun. 24, 2011[Sep. 1, 2012].
4 AMX. “AMX.com – It’s Your World Take Control” Internet: www.amx.com, Jul. 16, 2011 [Sep.1, 2012].
5 Y. Zhong, Y. Suo, W. Xu, C. Yu, X. Guo, Y. Zhao and Y. Shi. "Smart home on smartphone,"in Proc. of 13th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, 2011, pp. 467-468.
6 S. Kartakis, M. Antona and C. Stephanidis. "Control smart homes easily with simple touch," in Proc. of International ACM Workshop On Ubiquitous Meta User Interfaces, 2011, pp. 1-6.
7 Adobe Systems Incorporated. “Flash Help.” Internet: helpx.adobe.com/flash.html, 2012 [Sep.1, 2012].
8 The O3D Project. “WebGL implementation of O3D.” Internet: code.google.com/p/o3d/, Apr.30, 2011 [Sep. 1, 2012].
9 VRML.org. “Virtual Reality Modeling Language.” Internet: www.vrml.org/, Jul. 19, 2011 [Sep.1, 2012].
10 Web3D Consortium. “X3D for Developers.” Internet: www.web3d.org/x3d/, Nov. 30, 2011[Sep. 1, 2012].
11 Khronos Group. “WebGL Specification.” Internet: www.khronos.org/registry/webgl/specs/latest/, Jul. 9, 2012 [Sep. 1, 2012].
12 CIS Network Sdn Bhd. “ITEX 2012 Malaysia – 23th International Invention Innovation & Technology Exhibition.” Internet: www.itex.com.my, Jul. 22, 2011 [Sep. 1, 2012].
Mr. Soon Nyean Cheong
Multimedia University - Malaysia
sncheong@mmu.edu.my
Mr. Wen Jiun Yap
Multimedia University - Malaysia
Dr. Ian Chai
Multimedia University - Malaysia
Dr. Rajasvaran Logeswaran
Nilai University College - Malaysia
Mr. Mun Leong Chan
Multimedia University - Malaysia