Feel the presence while collaborating virtually with Microsoft Mesh

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During last Tuesday’s keynote by Alex Kipman, he revealed how they bring mixed reality in collaboration of first-of-its-kind immersive keynote experience, delivered through Microsoft Mesh, using an array of depth-sensing Azure Kinect cameras to create a volumetric 3D video capture of himself. Microsoft Mesh is a collaborative, cross-platform with mixed reality applications built in Azure using AI-powered tools for avatars, holoportation, spatial rendering and more to interact as if you’re there in person.
Microsoft Mesh allows geographically distributed teams to meet and collaborate in shared mixed reality sessions where participants appear as digital representations of themselves. Image by Microsoft.
“More and more we are building value in our intelligent cloud, which is Azure,” Kipman said. “In these collaborative experiences, the content is not inside my device or inside my application. The holographic content is in the cloud, and I just need the special lenses that allow me to see it.”
Microsoft’s Alex Kipman appears as a cartoon avatar next to Niantic CEO John Hanke. This is how players might appear to each other. -Niantic
Connect with new depth and dimension with Microsoft Mesh’s Holoportation and Avatars. Digital intelligence comes to the real world through holographic, sharing and visualization and you can connect from anywhere by accessing Mesh on HoloLens 2, VR headsets, mobile phones, tablets, or PCs using any Mesh-enabled app.

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