Tele-immersion Projects

Tele-immersion at the lab in Berkely uses a combination of 3D computer vision, collaborative virtual reality and netwrking. The technology includes 48 cameras in a 6′ by 6′ by 6′ space to capture a 3D ‘image’ of a body in real space and display it in a virtual space as a cloud of points or a 3D mesh witha 1-2 cm accuracy. There’s also a marker based motion capture system and the use of accelerometers and gyroscopes.

This video is an amazing example of what tele-immersion can do.

Teleimmersion Lab at Berkely

The Computer Graphics Group at Brown University
The National Tele-Immersion Initiative

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