Cyril Concolato is Associate Professor in the Multimedia Group at Telecom ParisTech, Paris, France, where he received his master and doctoral degree in Computer Science in 2000 and 2007, respectively. His interests lie in interactive multimedia applications, in particular for the mobile, television and web worlds. He has published more than 30 papers in this area. He is an active participant to the standardization bodies of MPEG and W3C, in the areas of vector graphics and scene descriptions, media delivery and integration. Finally, he is one of the project leaders of the Open Source project called GPAC.
This presentation will describe work being carried out within the SVG Working Group and other standardisation bodies to enable the streaming of graphics on the Web. The presentation will first review some possible use cases. It will then provide some guidelines on how to author SVG graphics animations such that they can be streamed and treated like any other stream, i.e. random accessed or seeked; delivered in live or on-demand scenarios; adapted to bandwidth conditions, etc. The presentation will then describe and demonstrate how SVG content can actually be streamed to Web browsers, using different techniques.
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