The future of seafood chat may not be a headache. Google unveiled Project Starline, which uses a special technology and computer simulation technology to create a “magic window” that can show the size of a living, 3D image of the person you’re chatting with a special display that looks like it’s sitting in front of you.
“To achieve this, we use computer simulation, learning machines, location sensors and real-time,” Clay Bavor of Google wrote in blog post. “We have also developed a monitoring system that allows us to have the depth and depth that can be achieved without the need for additional glasses or headphones.” A bright field is a way of describing landscape and light illumination – AR founders Magic Leap then the most well-known example to show so far.
In the meantime, it looks like Starline wants to be well-established. The images that Google shared are similar to the gallery, with multiple lights, sensors and a large display. As a result, according to Google, social networking feels like you’re living with someone you’re talking to.
The installation is only available in a few Google offices at the moment, and the company is said to have spent thousands of hours testing the expertise among its employees. The company did not specify what would happen in the future for Starline’s impact or cost, but is “planning a trial with its business partners later this year.” Finally, Google says it wants to make Starline “cheaper and easier” and that one day it could be integrated with other Google connected devices.
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