(Video) Room Enables Experiential Tele-Conferencing

(Video) Room Enables Experiential Tele-Conferencing

Japan's NTT Corporation adds a new twist to video meetings.

Plus Aziz
  • 26 august 2010

NTT Corporation advances information and communication technology with a recent invention that enables users in distant locations to collaborate remotely in a new way.

The t-Room is essentially a room which has screens instead of walls; all conferences are powered by NTT’s own network. Multiple people interact with each other in life-size via shared screens. Rather than screens functioning in an isolated manner, they are connected to each other, enabling a smoother technology wherein virtual and real objects can be interacted with.

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