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A future of 3D viewing

Dennis Barker
8/16/2006 08:00 PM EDT

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prabhakar_deosthali   9/3/2010 6:17:00 AM
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I am waiting for the day when I can skype my daughter abroad and we both can be virtually present in 3-D form in each others room thousands of miles of apart. We can talk, touch and smell all virtually! I am waiting for the day when I can send virtual copy of myself to attend ESC conferences, present papers virtually and enjoy cocktails in the sponsored dinner parties I am waiting for the day when I can send virtual copy of myself to visit the doctor , without having to wait physically in his waiting room. Looks like with this 3-D technology such scenarios are not far away!

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