SIGGRAPH 96
Digital Bayou Projects

Space Browser: A Tool for Ubiquitous Tele-Embodiment
Via a small helium blimp with a video camera and other equipment mounted on it, users are immersed in a remote world. The system provides real-time remote environmental information, continuity of motion, and user control of that motion, allowing users to easily travel vast distances from their computers and interact in a familiar manner with others.

Eric Paulos
University of California at Berkeley
paulos@cs.berkeley.edu

John Canny
University of California at Berkeley
jfc@cs.berkeley.edu

http://vive.cs.berkeley.edu/blimp/

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