Details of the issue:
The situation is H600 can establish H.460 calls with most of the GKs around the world, but failed to a Polycom GK.
Allow me to explain the details of this issue:
1. Caller: Group500, callee: H600, GK/MCU: Polycom RMX 2000
2. Group500 sent a call to GK with callModel set to gatekeeperRouted, calling target: H600
3. GK sent H.460 SCI to H600
4. H600 replied SCR to GK
5. H600 established a H.225 TCP connection to the Polycom GK successfully
6. H600 sent facility to GK.
7. Polycom GK shutdown the H.225 TCP connection from H600 actively, and call terminated. Continue reading “Failed to establish H.460 call through Polycom MCU issue”
A couple of engineering students from Rice University is taking virtual reality to the next level with a glove that lets you feel what you’re holding onto.
Much of the news regarding virtual reality is centered around our vision, but what makes reality better than virtual is that it tingles all five of our senses—not just our eyeballs. Picking up a gun and firing it in real life is totally different from popping an alien in a video game. The experience heightens when we get a true “3D” experience via gadgets like the Oculus, but that in itself is still an incomplete picture.
To make the VR experience even more exciting, some engineering students at Rice have developed a prototype glove that provide feedback when users interact with the virtual environment. The glove is equipped with air bladders that expand and contract when fingers interact with the glove’s trigger mechanisms. It weighs around 350 grams, but most of the glove’s weight is shoved towards the wrist area to give users the sense that it’s light enough to make it not noticeable.
The team says their underlying trigger mechanism is easily adaptable should programmers want to implement its protocol into games and other projects.