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 Teleconference, 3D surround virtual Booths

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Date posted: 22/10/2003

Tholos Systems, an Australian-based firm, are looking to install 10 foot tall total-immersion, video-conferencing facilities in London and Vienna in 2004. These booths broadcast the image of the person (or people) on the other end of the line, along with the cityscape of the place they hail from, in one seamless image.

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