I propose a human-centered projection-based bidirectional telepresence system that enables two parties in different locations to feel as if they are co-living. The proposed system integrates computer vision techniques to sense user attention through gaze and involves translation of coordinates of two different spaces based on their functional and spatial features.
Bidirectional Telepresence System for Co-Living
Limitations of current telepresence systems
Projection Based Bidirectional Telepresence
The main challege to this system is to decide where to project the avatar according to its original activity and location and interaction intent with the physically present party.We address this by defining a spectrum of interaction intensions, translating of different physical spaces by space function and activity accomodation and sensing interaction intentions.