Intelligent Media Exchange Epson Research & Development

Intelligent Media Exchange, or IMX, was an advanced videoconferencing and synchronous collaboration system. It was both a platform for exploring our research ideas and a deployed product in daily use within Seiko-Epson. In addition to high quality video and audio over low-bandwidth links, IMX supported features such as chat, file sharing, collaborative whiteboards, and application sharing.

I primarily worked on the IMX Windows client, a very large multi-threaded C++ application. The client showcased video processing technologies developed in cooperation with ERD's algorithms groups and numerous innovative user interface features.


Victor Ivashin, Steven Nelson, Brian Chan, Chia-Hsin Li, Sean Miceli, and Wai Yim



Related Publications

Victor Ivashin and Jamie C. Rasmussen. Efficient image annotation display and transmission. United States 8,099,662. Issued January 17, 2012.
Victor Ivashin, Steven Nelson, and Jamie C. Rasmussen. Delay profiling in a communication system. United States 7,908,147. Issued March 15, 2011.
Jamie C. Rasmussen and Victor Ivashin. Selection of regions within an image. United States 7,865,017. Issued January 4, 2011.
Victor Ivashin, Jamie C. Rasmussen, and Steven Nelson. Presenter view control system and method. United States 7,634,540. Issued December 15, 2009.
Steven Nelson, Victor Ivashin, and Jamie C. Rasmussen. Software Plugin Modules for Device Testing. United States 11/923,464. Pending.