Life-size telepresence using holographic display

Shafina Abd Karim Ishigaki, Ajune Wanis Ismail, Nur Ameerah Abdul Halim, Norhaida Mohd Suaib


Despite massive advancements in the telecommunications industry over the last few decades, telepresence video-based teleconferencing is still far from giving a physical co-presence experience. Applications like Skype, Zoom and WebEx are constrained as it is only able to display the head and shoulders of the users on one monitor. It offers the user flat two-dimensional (2D) upper body imageries, a fixed viewpoint, inconsistent gaze direction, and restriction. Therefore, the problem arises when video-based teleconferencing is unable to support effective communication in telepresence. Thus, this research aims to propose life-size telepresence by using a projector-based holographic display. To actualize the aim, there are three phases have been proposed in this research. The first phase is to enable the tracking technique using the Kinect sensor. The second phase is to enable networking using The last phase is to set up the holographic display using a projector before the evaluation phase. Based on the evaluation results, the life-size telepresence using holographic display application has succeeded in achieving the project aim and shown the life-size display increases the co-presence experience of the users and increases the efficient communication between the users.


Holographic display; Kinect sensor; Life-size; Projector-based; Remote collaboration; Telepresence

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Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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