Integrating the Collaborative Virtual Environment protocol with Mathematica
Dr. Rasika Ranaweera ,Senior Lecturer/Dean ,Faculty of Computing ,email@example.com
We have built interfaces featuring smartphones and tablets that use magnetometer-derived orientation sensing to control spatial sound, motion platforms, panoramic and turnoramic image-based renderings, virtual displays, and other programs. To leverage our Collaborative Virtual Environment (CVE), which is implemented in pure Java, against the power of Mathematica, we use J/Link middleware. As a result, we can exploit Mathematica features of graphics and calculation and control the Mathematica Kernel by data from, among other clients, mobile devices.