Linux (also known as GNU/Linux) is a Unix-like operating system, one of the most prominent examples of open source development; its underlying source code is available for anyone to use, modify, and redistribute freely. Initially developed and used primarily by individual enthusiasts, Linux has since gained extensive support from corporations such as IBM, Sun Microsystems Hewlett-Packard, and Novell, Inc, and has risen to prominence as an operating system for servers. Linux has been more widely ported to different embedded computing platforms than any other operating system. It is used in devices ranging from supercomputers to mobile phones, and is gaining popularity in the personal computer market.

MPEG-4 is an ISO/IEC standard developed by MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group), the committee that also developed the Emmy Award winning standards known as MPEG-1 and MPEG-2. These standards made interactive video on CD-ROM and Digital Television possible. MPEG-4 is the result of another international effort involving hundreds of researchers and engineers from all over the world.
MPEG-4 builds on the proven success of three fields:

  • Digital television
  • Interactive graphics applications (synthetic content)
  • Interactive multimedia (World Wide Web, distribution of and access to content)

MPEG-4 provides the standardized technological elements enabling the integration of the production, distribution and content access paradigms of the three fields. 

MEMSENSE project

GDT announces  the successful completion of the MEMSENSE RTD project Memsense site 

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