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How Life-size Holograms are revolutionizing Videoconferencing

FULL STORY TeleHuman2 smart projector ring with remote participant. Credit: Human Media Lab TeleHuman2 smart projector ring with remote participant. Credit: Human Media Lab Close A Queen's University researcher will soon unveil TeleHuman 2 -- the world's first truly holographic videoconferencing system. TeleHuman2 allows people in different locations to appear before one another in life-size 3D -- as if they were in the same room. advertisement "People often think of holograms as the posthumous Tupac Shakur performance at Coachella 2012," says Roel Vertegaal, Professor of Human-Computer Interaction at the Queen's University School of Computing. "Tupac's image, however, was not a hologram but a Pepper Ghost: A two-dimensi..

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