Samsung has been working with KDDI on 5G technology and the two companies have now announced that they have completed a live real tie free viewpoint video stream test on 5G.
The test was done using 5G devices and a total of 16 cameras were used along with Samsung’s 5G tablets.
The test was conducted during a professional baseball game held in Okinawa Cellular Stadium in Naha and used Samsung’s 5G end-to-end solution comprised of virtualized core, virtualized RAN, one of the smallest 5G access units and 10 sets of 5G tablet devices. A total of 16 cameras were used to shoot the hitter from different angles and produce free-viewpoint video in real-time for successful transmission towards Samsung’s 5G tablets.
“KDDI has been continuously working toward developing a wide range of new 5G use cases that can elevate the everyday lives of our users,” said Yoshiaki Uchida, Member of the Board, Executive Vice President at KDDI. “Together with Samsung, KDDI will continue to explore ways to provide unprecedented experiences by integrating communications and life design.”
You can find out more details about Samsung progress with their 5G technology over at the company’s website at the link below.
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