Re: 950411 Internet Video book proposed Table of Contents

Ted Matsumura (tedm@rahul.net)
Wed, 12 Apr 1995 09:57:06 -0700 (PDT)


How about sometihing covering video over ATM?

On Wed, 12 Apr 1995, Michael Sattler wrote:

> Hello all. I'm still working with a "acquisitions and development editor"
> on the proposed contents for the Internet Videoconferencing book that
> they've asked me for. Recovering from my stupid mail-deletion error, I've
> reconstructed as many messages as I could and I've incorporated all your
> suggestions.
>
> Following is the current proposed TOC. Please look it over, and let me
> know if there's *anything* that you'd like to be added, moved around, etc.
> If you know of related information (including people who are using Internet
> video for any interesting things) please let me know.
>
> Also of interest are connections with hardware companies. I'd like to set
> up an ISDN feed to my house for testing and I lack only an ISDN box on my
> end. I have a provider, computing hardware, cameras, etc. already in
> place. Advances on royalties pretty much cover rent and espressos. :-)
>
> Michael
>
> **
>
> 1. Introduction to Internet Videoconferencing
> 1.1 The Internet
> 1.2 Hardware
> 1.2.1 Connectivity
> 1.2.1.1 modems
> 1.2.1.2 ISDN
> 1.2.1.3 Ethernets, T-1, T-3
> 1.2.2 Video
> 1.2.2.1 Dedicated Digital Video Cameras
> 1.2.2.2 Using Regular Video Cameras
> 1.2.2.2.1 The Need for Digital-to-Analog Boards
> 1.2.2.2.2 NTSC versus PAL
> 1.2.3 Audio
> 1.2.3.1 PlainTalk microphones
> 1.3 Software
> 1.3.1 Networking Standards
> 1.3.1.1 TCP/IP
> 1.3.1.1.1 SLIP
> 1.3.1.1.2 PPP
> 1.3.1.1.3 TIA
> 1.3.2 Videoconferencing Standards
> 1.3.2.1 (Some of the following: H.320, T.120, Ideo, MPEG,
> compression, Video for Windows,
> Quicktime Videoconferencing,, IP-Multicast,
> SMRP)
> 1.4 Videoconferencing Abstractions
> 1.4.1 Concepts
> 1.4.1.1 Point-to-point
> 1.4.1.2 Reflector Usage versus MBONE
> 1.4.2 Netiquette
> 2. Videoconferencing Technologies
> 2.1 Software
> 2.1.1 CU-SeeMe
> 2.1.1.1 History
> 2.1.1.2 Setting Up CU-SeeMe
> (Setting Up and Operating will get the FAQs
> distributed between them. Include the
> Windows CONFIG.FOO file.)
> 2.1.1.3 Troubleshooting Q&A
> 2.1.1.4 Operating CU-SeeMe
> (Include the Visual Guide created for my web pages.)
> 2.1.1.5 Catalog of CU-SeeMe Reflectors World-Wide
> 2.1.1.6 Listing of Events
> 2.1.1.7 Other CU-SeeMe Resources on the Internet
> 2.1.1.7.1 Web Pages
> 2.1.1.7.2 Mailing Lists
> 2.1.1.7.3 Searchable Archive of Mailing List
> 2.1.2 QuickTime Conferencing
> 2.1.3 IPhone
> 2.1.4 NetPhone
> 2.1.5 NV
> 2.1.6 MBONE
> 2.1.7 Maven
> 2.1.8 VAT
> 2.1.8 Whiteboard workgroup collaboration software
> 2.2 Hardware
> 2.2.1 Connectix QuickCam
> 2.2.2 Using a Video Camera with a Frame-Grabber
> 2.2.3 Macintosh Plug-In Boards
> 2.2.3.1 VideoSpigot
> 2.2.4 Windows Plug-In Boards
> 2.2.5 X Window System Plug-In Boards
> 2.2.5.1 Vigra
> 3. Culture & Society
> 3.1 Reaching Out - The Pioneers of Internet Videoconferencing
> 3.1.1 CU-SeeMe Rogues Gallery
> 3.2 K-12 Educational Uses
> 3.3 Artistic Uses of the Medium
> 3.3.1 Eduardo Kac
> 3.3.1.1 Solo exhibition Dialogues
> 3.3.1.2 Ornitorrinco in Eden, realized on the Internet
> 3.3.1.3 Storms - Hypertext based on the sefirotic tree
> of the Kabbalah.
> 3.3.1.4 Accident - Language is born and dies in this looped video
> 3.3.1.5 Insect.Desperto - Verbal fireflies vanish
> between Portuguese and English.
> 3.3.1.6 Aspects of the Aesthetics of Telecommunications
> 3.3.1.7 Chronology and bibliography on Brazilian technological art
> 3.3.2 Machine Screw
> 3.3.3 The Nowhere Band
> 3.3.4 Exhibitionism and Voyeurism
>
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> Michael Sattler <msattler@jungle.com> http://www.jungle.com/msattler/ |
> |
> Where do these people come from? Is there an agency out there that |
> reads the Net and says "oops, not enough morons on this newsgroup" |
> and then assigns some slack-jawed inbred grit-eatin' stooge |
> to gum up the works?" -- Jim Cowling |
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