The Future of Office Holograms: How It Is Changing the Way We Work
It’s no secret that we are in the midst of a digital transformation. As technology becomes more accessible and affordable, we are seeing an increasing number of businesses using it to streamline their workflows and make their processes more efficient. In the case of offices, teleconferencing systems have been widely used for decades now. But with advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR), businesses are now also experimenting with virtual office holograms as a way to further optimize internal communications and increase employee efficiency. This article will explore the pros and cons of office holograms vs video conferencing, and how they can be used to streamline your workflow, as well.
What is a Virtual Office Hologram?
What is a virtual office hologram? Essentially, it's a 3D-Projection of the person’s head and upper body. It is used for business meetings in which people are in different parts of the world, or even on different continents. The holographic projection can be projected from a screen or beamed from an actual object placed in front of it.