Telepresence Stage and Room Solutions Syracuse NY

Digital Video Enterprises (DVE), which develops telepresence systems and 3D effects for stage and screen, debut its newest telepresence solution in Syracuse, the DVE Telepresence Stage at InfoComm (booth C2976and C3066). Read on to learn more

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Telepresence Stage and Room Solutions

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Source: PRO AV News Service
Publication date: June 17, 2008

By ProAV Staff

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Digital Video Enterprises (DVE), which develops telepresence systems and 3D effects for stage and screen, debut telepresence solution, the DVE Telepresence Stage at InfoComm (booth C2976and C3066). The DVE Telepresence Stage is a portable presentation system that allows remote presenters and virtual objects to appear on-stage, even if they're in fact halfway around the world.

The system is ideal for conferences, training, trade shows, consumer marketing, and special events. It uses a unique transparent screen for telepresence that permits imaged people to appear in the middle of the room, not on a flat screen. It also enables presentations in which virtual objects, up to 9 feet across and 7 feet high, appear to be floating in space in volumetric 3D. Such 3D content can be created using standard HD cameras, editing, and animation programs.

DVE patented two methods to provide 3D-like hologram telepresence. The first method uses a reflective foil that reflects a screen from above or below. The smart method of the DVE Telepresence Stage uses a semi-rigid transparent projection screen. Company officials said the approach is ideal for a new generation of stage effects.

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