Efficient Transmission of Holographic Images: A Novel Approach Toward 6G Telepresence Services

Artem Volkov, Andrey Koucheryavy, Daniil Svechnikov
In recent years, advancements in technology have brought forth a new frontier in visual communication. Holography is a technique that captures and reproduces three-dimensional (3D) images with an unprecedented level of realism and depth, has emerged as a groundbreaking method for conveying visual information. Unlike traditional images and videos, holography recreates scenes with full parallax, enabling viewers to perceive objects from various angles. The transmission of holographic images presents both exciting possibilities and unique challenges. To this end, this article investigates a novel method for transmitting holographic images efficiently across communication networks. This innovative approach involves transmitting data related to control point movements rather than the entire image. The technique focuses on capturing the dynamic 3D movements of a person and transmitting information about the shifts in their control points. To achieve this, a system comprising three distinct applications has been devised. These applications are responsible for recording object motion data, converting it into key point coordinates, transmitting it through communication networks, and rendering the data as movements of a 3D object within an augmented reality (AR) application.