The MM-Space display turns with the user's head
The MM-Space videoconferencing system features displays that physically move to reflect the head movements of the person onscreen
The MM-Space videoconferencing system being developed by NTT
The MM-Space videoconferencing system places the users in a virtual conversation with the location of the participants reflected in the location of displays in the real world
The MM-Space display uses actuators and face-tracking software to mimic the user's head movements
Japanese telecommunications giant NTT is developing a videoconferencing system that literally turns heads. In an attempt to more accurately give the feeling of a face-to-face conversation between more than two people, the MM-Space system features displays that physically mimic the head movements of the person being displayed on screen.
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