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An experiment in long distance telepresence using ISDN2

Mair, G.M. and Fryer, Richard and Heng, J.G. and Clark, J.E. and Sheat, Dennis (1996) An experiment in long distance telepresence using ISDN2. In: Proceedings of Mechatronics '96 and M2VIP '96. IMechE, UK.

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Abstract

Describes how at the ‘Transparent Telepresence Research Group’ (TTRG) within the Department of DMEM of the University of Strathclyde, a telepresence system has been developed incorporating a mechatronic stereo camera platform, communication links and immersive stereopsis display equipment.