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Optical Camera Communications: Future Approach of Visible Light Communication
Le, Nam-Tuan; Nguyen, Trang; Jang, Yeong Min;
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As an extension of Visible Light Communication, Optical Camera Communications (OCC) will be a promising service for smart devices. Especially in line of sight marketing service and indoor localization application, by using camera which exists in smart devices, small amount of data (url link) can be broadcasted or find direction from the illumination system. This paper introduces the operation of wireless communications technology that transmits optical information from optical light source to camera, called Optical Camera Communications.
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