If you want to enjoy our talk about Augmented Reality and an app which enables you to have “Star Wars” like telephony calls enjoy the video footage made by the great guys at JavaZone Oslo! JavaZone is the largest community driven conference which is always worth a visit!
Our talk about the Avatar telepresence robotics system using the Softbank Nao and the Microsoft Kinect at the goto meeting in Amsterdam is now available on Youtube. It features a demonstration of the system as well as live coding the robot and some chocolate. Enjoy!
Our presentation about the Avatar telepresence robotics system using the Softbank Nao and the Microsoft Kinect at the JavaZone 2017 is now available on Vimeo. It features a demonstration of the system as well as live coding the robot and a stage dive of our Nao. Enjoy!
Thomas Endres and Martin Förtsch- both Intel Black Belt software developers – were interviewed for the Intel Developer Zone. You can read the complete interviewabout gesture control, AR/VR, robotics and Artificial Intelligence on the Intel Developer Zone.
The Avatar telepresence system is currently heavily covered in German media. Today we had two appearances in local newspapers (both print and online) as well as in German national TV.
Here is the video in the ARD Nachtmagazin
Also have a look at nordbayern.de
We are proud to tell you that the TNG Hardware Hacking Team finalized our new showcase “Beam me up – Holographic communication using the Microsoft Hololens”. Yesterday we premiered our talk concerned with the demo at the TNG Big TechDay 10. Using the application you can have a holographic telepresence experience. While one person is filmed by a 3D depth camera like the Intel RealSense or Microsoft Kinect, the other person can see a hologram of the first person within the Hololens glasses. When seeing the world this way, it’s a bit like the holograms you might know from Star Wars. We will now put some final polish on the showcase as well as on the talk. Once this is done we will – like with all our demos – publish a video and a technical article on the subject.