China Mobile created naked-eye 3D Asian Games viewing using 5.5G immersive experience technology


The China Mobile Research Institute, in collaboration with industry partners, has successfully implemented advanced 5G technologies for high-definition immersive services during the Asian Games. These services include cloud XR (Extended Reality) and naked-eye 3D, which are made possible through the utilization of the 5G-A Network. This network leverages its substantial bandwidth and low latency capabilities to enable intelligent sensing in various business domains. Consequently, a novel 3D immersive viewing experience for the Asian Games has been created.

China Mobile created naked-eye 3D Asian Games viewing using 5.5G immersive experience technology


Based on available sources, the Migu Mobile Cloud VR business platform has been seen to engage in the customization of XR-watching scenes specifically tailored for the Asian Games. This platform effectively employs XR technology to enable the simultaneous viewing of many games on a single screen. Furthermore, it has successfully generated novel business opportunities like VR e-sports, VR live broadcasts, and naked-eye 3D viewing experiences of the Asian Games.

This application of 5G-A technology focuses on two common scenarios: indoor multi-user multi-service concurrent viewing and outdoor vehicle-mounted mobility viewing. These scenarios are specifically designed for Asian Games VR e-sports games (4K 60 frames) and Asian Games event VR live broadcasts (4K 60 frames), as well as naked-eye 3D video viewing (2.5K 60 frames) and other high-bandwidth and real-time business concurrency scenarios. The objective is to achieve a wireless transmission latency:

5G-A (5G-Advanced), which is often denoted as 5.5G, is a widely used term in reference to the advanced iteration of the 5G wireless communication technology. The emphasis in the 3GPP Release 18 standard has progressively transitioned from smartphone connectivity to enhancing enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) capabilities. This shift aims to promote the adoption of immersive services like Extended Reality (XR) and facilitate the widespread digitization of industries, ultimately enabling intelligent connectivity across various devices and entities.

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