Nov 12, 2020

UK’s first 6G innovation centre launches at University of Surrey

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, virtual reality

It will allow for near-instantaneous virtual interactions, allowing people to send a hug to a loved one or shake hands with a colleague online. Its increased capacity and speed will revolutionise virtual reality and allow for wholesale ‘teleportation of senses’, researchers claim.

Potential applications include doctors monitoring patients remotely, embracing and holding hands with a loved one who may be thousands of miles away, and having virtual meetings with no lag…

Scientists say 6G technology will be about adding a fourth dimension, ‘teleporting´ our senses to more advanced virtual worlds.

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