3D teleimmersion for collaboration and interaction of geographically distributed users

@article{Kurillo20123DTF,
  title={3D teleimmersion for collaboration and interaction of geographically distributed users},
  author={Gregorij Kurillo and Ruzena Bajcsy},
  journal={Virtual Reality},
  year={2012},
  volume={17},
  pages={29-43}
}
Teleimmersion is an emerging technology that enables users to collaborate remotely by generating realistic 3D avatars in real time and rendering them inside a shared virtual space. The teleimmersive environment thus provides a venue for collaborative work on 3D data such as medical imaging, scientific data and models, archaeological datasets, architectural or mechanical designs, remote training (e.g., oil rigs, military applications), and remote teaching of physical activities (e.g… CONTINUE READING

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