by Karl Utermohlen | August 29, 2013 12:45 pm
Microsoft (MSFT) is working on a system that may one day allow its users to make 3D video chats via Skype.
PC Mag reports that the video-calling software is not ready yet, but the company has already succeeded in making the technology necessary for 3D. Mark Gillet — Microsoft’s corporate vice president – said that running a technology such as a 3D video chat requires a lot of precision regarding how cameras are calibrated.
The 3D software could be a massive success in the future, but most users don’t have the capability at home to run a three-dimensional software. Microsoft hopes that its latest venture comes to fruition in the near future for computers and eventually for smartphones as well.
At the moment, Skype is working on a 1080p video software that will give users the ability to make “super-high definition” calls.
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