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Holograms and Virtual Reality in Remote Working

Holograms and Virtual Reality in Remote Working

Written by Svetlana Ivanova | Reviewed by Barbara Hofleitner

Created on: 16 Feb 2021 | Updated on: 19 Apr 2021

News category: "News on Living Innovation"

Our 3rd Online Dialogue on Holograms and Virtual Reality in Remote Working took place on March 16th

Review the event here and:

  1. Learned about key immerse technologies
  2. See how companies are using Extended Reality (XR) and Holographic Telepresence to facilitate remote work
  3. Explored the risks and responsible use of these technologies

Listen to the experts:

  • Larry O’Reilly is CEO at ARHT Media Inc, which specialises in holographic solutions and is global leader in two-way, real time HoloPresence communication.

“By using holographic telepresence, our clients experienced higher levels of engagement, increased experience value and improved content retention.

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  • Armen Ovanessoff is Principal Director at Accenture Research. An expert on the risks and responsible use of virtual reality, Armen’s research insights regularly feature in tier-1 economics and business publications.

“Although the positive impact extended reality will have on the future is extraordinary, the consequences of it will be irreversible. Challenges, such as the threat to intimacy and the unknown mental impact of such technologies, must be considered in advance.”

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The keynote presentations were followed by in-depth conversations on:

  • Holographic solutions and HoloPresence communication
  • Risks and challenges of VR

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