3D telexistence system for real-time remote object interaction in hazardous environments with a light field display, GPU and depth camera via a wireless LAN
4 April 2022 • 10:00 AM - 10:20 AM EDT
An eXtreme Reality (XR) 3D telexistence system is demonstrated, based on a Looking Glass light field display and a mobile robotic vehicle equipped with an Intel RealSense depth camera over a wireless Local Area Network (WLAN). Real-time 3D streaming of a full colour point cloud video with depth, audio and control data is achieved at 30 fps at 129 Mbps. A digital twin of the remote vehicle working in a synthetic simulated environment is also shown. The telexistence system enables humans to work remotely and operate machinery in complex hazardous environments with applications in de-mining, bomb disposal, nuclear decommissioning and space exploration.
Holoxica Ltd. (United Kingdom)