Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Comparison of Holoportation Techniques for Today’s applications
Vinod Azad, Dr. Lalji Prasad
Holoportation is a technique that is used to move objects from one place to another without touching them. Using this technique, every 2D image is converted into a 3D image, so objects should look like real ones. Many different devices are currently used to send images from the source to the destination. All techniques should be 2D image representation techniques. Adding a dimension to an object increases its realism. In the human brain, object reorganization is based on direction. A human sees an object with both eyes, though the 180-degree angle means that each eye sees the object at 135 by 135. So 90 degrees is common for both eyes and also common for left-right and top-bottom directions. One eye will cover 45 degrees in both directions (top down and bottom up). Object reality depends on object clarity. Clarity also depends on the direction. Our research depends on manipulating input data to add new directions and change a 2D view into a 3D view
Holoportation Technique, Eye Visualization, 2D to 3D, Virtual Reality, 3D Visualization, Human Holoportation
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