Using Magic Leap One mixed reality goggle for Mimesys debut of holographic collaboration as 2 people build drone at Intel booth at CES, Las Vegas, USA
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Dimensions:5326 x 3552 px | 45.1 x 30.1 cm | 17.8 x 11.8 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:11 January 2019
Location:las vegas, nevada, USA
The Belgian-French startup Mimesys presents the international debut of its holographic collaboration technology at the Intel booth at CES Las Vegas 2019, the largest global gathering of innovation and connectivity. The advent of new AR and VR applications, is driving the need for high bandwidth, low latency mobile networks. Mimesys’ holographic communication exemplifies the benefits of the capabilities that 5G brings. Low latency is crucial for natural human interaction and volumetric capture brings a large amount of data with it. “Intel® RealSense technology is used to build products that enrich people’s lives through devices and machines that perceive the world in 3D. We are excited to see Mimesys use RealSense technology to push volumetric video into real-time applications”, said Sagi BenMoshe, vice president and general manager of the Intel RealSense Group. Intel RealSense Depth Cameras and laptops equipped with 8th Generation of Intel Core microprocessors are widely available and perfect for capturing the volumetric scenes together. (source: Mimesys). Magic Leap is an American startup company that is working on a head-mounted virtual retinal display, called Magic Leap One, which superimposes 3D computer-generated imagery over real world objects. (Wikipedia)