|Sami Ghanmi |||Mar 02, 2015 11:32 AM EST|
(Photo : Huawei) Huawei's MirrorSys
Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. recently announced the demonstration of its communication technology prototype, called "MirrorSys", at the ongoing Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2015 in Spain.
This prototype is part of the telecom company's new concept called the "full field communication" system.
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"Today, even the highest quality telepresence systems have a limited, fixed view of the world that doesn't match human perception of our rich, real environment. We aim to change that." said James Begole, Huawei's director of the Media Technologies Lab.
"Full field communication transports all of the information from one environment to another over the network, creating a true digital reflection with all of the sights, sounds, and feelings of the people in it. Tomorrow's immersive communications will provide a feeling of reality as if you were right there, fully present in the remote reality."
Huawei said it designed MirrorSys to meet the extreme restrictions of human visual and auditory perception in a full-size, high definition and real time sharing communication system.
The Chinese company is demonstrating the technology to visitors at its booth in the MWC 2015 using a room with a wall-sized display.
"In the future, we will be able to enjoy exotic scenery sent wirelessly from friends' cameras or by remotely piloted unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), experience live sports events on the field with world-class athletes, and shop virtually in the world's most exclusive boutique shops." said Begole.
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