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Google Project Starline delivers video calls in life-size 3D

Google has introduced Project Starline—a technological project that combines hardware and software to project people in 3D during video calls.

According to Google, they applied research in computer vision, machine learning, spatial audio, and real-time compression to make this experience possible. Developing a light field display system that creates a sense of volume and depth that can be experienced without additional glasses or headsets.


Tests of Project Starline started within Google, connecting colleagues between the Bay Area, New York, and Seattle. Additionally, Google has conducted demos with select enterprise partners in areas like healthcare and media to get feedback and insight for its applications—with a plan to start more trial deployments later this year.

Project Starline is currently available in a few of Google’s offices as it relies on custom-built hardware and highly specialized equipment. The goal for Google is to make tech like Project Starline affordable and accessible. So stay tuned for more updates on this!

Source: Google

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