Magic window introduced by Google to virtually chat in lifelike 3D

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Do you ever find yourself looking through the window of your life and seeing another person? It's when they are right in front of us, living large. You'd see a person standing in three dimensions just as if they were right there, life sized before us, with google's upcoming service.

It doesn't matter what they are doing because the important thing here is getting close enough so that we can really experience everything that person sees & we also communicate in the same i.e. first hand instead of going off assumptions based upon insufficient communications so far.

Google unveils 'magic window' that can let people chat virtually in lifelike 3D. Project Starline uses 3D imaging and real-time compression. It's unclear when or if the product will ever be available for mass use, but announcement comes more than a year into the coronavirus pandemic.

Google's annual I/O developer's conference, which is the company's largest event of the year, takes place each spring. This year's event will take place entirely online and will run through Thursday. Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, delivered his Keynote speech this afternoon.

Google's I/O conference was completely postponed due to the outbreak of the flu this past year.
The company releases new technologies that it is developing, as well as new software updates, on a regular basis. Google announced revamped augmented reality features at its I/O conference in 2019, which was the company's most recent I/O conference.

This year, Google could introduce a more affordable Pixel 5a smartphone as well as a more affordable version of the company's Pixel Buds wireless headphones, according to reports.

The technology employed by Google to capture people as they are will help you feel like your partner is in front of the you, even when they're not.

The initiative combines advances in hardware and software that allows for an interactive experience where one can see what it's like being next to them or across from each other without any limitations on location or time which fosters bonding between partners at home with loved ones who aren't physically present.
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