This Unique Spatial Communication Display Puts Your Face On A Robot During Video Calls
Many workers have shifted to working from home over the past several years, and Zoom calls, Facetime video and other video chat platforms have become more popular than ever. Still, video calls just don?t quite scratch the itch when it comes to having a meeting in-person with your coworkers, since you can?t quite get a grasp on other social cues like gestures, body language or eye contact.
WeHead offers a video device that simulates real meeting space, featuring a physical, robotic-like bust that can move its head and neck to emulate gestures, along with displaying the face of the person you?re interacting with in three dimensions.
The WeHead spatial video chat device also includes spatial audio, which simulates the directionality of a person?s voice using a microphone and speaker that moves with the user as they talk.
The Founder?s Edition has a 4- by 5.8-inch dynamic AMOLED screen with multiple FHD+ displays. To move the bust, the 3D video communication device has a 2-axis motor, and it includes a directional mic with a 10-watt speaker.
This unique video communication device includes a 3-axis motor for even more realistic head gestures, and a stereo camera for integration with VR headsets.
The Pro-Level WeHead video communication device will also soon be compatible with Google Meet, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, the Meta Quest pro, ChatGPT assistant and more, according to the company.
The WeHead spatial video communication device looks like a great way to meet with people virtually, without the unwelcoming interface of most video chat platforms, making it ideal for those who work from home but want to feel the presence of others while they do. Other great gadgets for working at home that you may want to add to the WeHead include this altwork robotic moving desk or this ultimate workstation with a reclining robotic desk.