Issue Editors' Corner: The Current and Future Angles of Standards

Jean H.A. Gelissen, Marius Preda, Samuel Cruz-Lara, Yesha Y. Sivan

Abstract


In this issue, we report on the first phase of MPEG-V, a work that started in 2007. MPEG-V was conceived as a unified effort to develop standards within virtual worlds, and between virtual worlds and real worlds. This work culminated in the publication of the ISO/IEC MPEG-V 'Media context and control' standards in January 2011.

The papers in this issue of the Journal of Virtual World Research expose both the many current standards for virtual worlds, as well as the many missing standards. As such, the issue hints at many more places where standards are needed. To fulfill the potential of virtual worlds much more standardization (MPEG-V, and other standards) is needed.

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