Bell Labs' Video Vision

December 2010
Forbes Asia;Dec2010, Vol. 6 Issue 14, p66
The article reports on the invention of immersive communications concept developed by Gee Rittenhouse, research chief of Bell Labs. It is stated that the first uses of gesture control and virtual conferencing on wireless networks and handsets will be launched in 2011 by Alcatel-Lucent, which owns Bell Labs. It also informs that copying conversation in a virtual room required the Bell Labs teams to process multiple incoming video and audio feeds and handle superfast 3-D.


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