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Researchers at Queen's University have created new technology that allows users to interact and speak with 3-D holograms of each other, an innovation that could potentially revolutionize videoconferencing.
The technology, called TeleHuman, was created by Prof. Roel Vertegaal and his team at the Human Media Lab.
To use TeleHuman, participants simply stand inside a large-size cylinder shaped pod where 3-D video of them is taken. The video is then converted into a realistic 3-D image that is projected to the other conference participants.
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