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Everyday PCs become personal telepresence systems

audio visual architects

The TPT1900 Lectern System is designed to deliver a speaker/lecturer to an audience through telepresence. The system will transmit the person in 3D and with aligned eye contact so that audience members feel a true sense of 'real presence' typically available only when the person is physically present. This effect is achieved through the patented use of beamsplitter technology that hides the monitor and camera out of view to further achieve the sense of 'real presence'. Systems may be located at multiple sites so that the speaker/lecturer may deliver the discussion live to multiple locations at once.

The system is designed to present up to 2 people and utilizes a variety of codecs, cameras and microphones.











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