Definition Edit

Virtual proximity is

a hypothesized form of telecommunication utilizing helmet-mounted displays/real-time 3D imagers (to provide virtual vision) and linear resonant transducers (acting both as microphones and actuators, for touch) allowing for long-range "face-to-face" communication.

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