360−degree Telepresence Project
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360−degree Telepresence Project

Period

2018 -

Collaborators

The University of Tokyo, National Cheng Kung University (Taipei-city, Taiwan), National Taipei University of Technology (Taipei-city, Taiwan)

My Role

Project Director and Producer

Category
Project
Tags
360 Telepresence, Inami ERATO, U-Tokyo Inamilab

ExLeap:

“ExLeap,” a minimal telepresence system that creates a leaping experience. Multiple “nodes,” consisting of  360 degree camera, microphone and speaker, placed in a room lively transmit video and sound to a remote client. On the client, videos are rendered in 3D space, and a remote user may choose to join a node, freely switch and move onto different positions in the room.

 

T-Leap:

T-Leap is an integrated one-to-many wearable telepresence system that makes use of a 360-degree camera. With this system, we carried out a field study with three scenarios to observe participants using T-Leap to connect remotely (with the Viewer staying indoors, and the Nodes exploring outdoors) in situations where there exist linguistic and geographical barriers.