Microsoft’s research division has developed a new kind of 3D video capture system called “holoportation” that allows for 3D renderings of people to be virtually transported to any environment in real-time. For Star Trek fans, think of it as the inverse of the “holodeck” featured in the franchise that renders virtual environments around a real person. ..
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