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Google's Schmidt gleeful at 3D-capable personal robots
February 29, 2012 | Hogan Keyser
As Schmidt described it, people would have access to compact telepresence robots, small enough to carry in a bag and deploy at will. They would then be able to beam back a 3D picture to a portable 3D-capable screen, part of huge mesh networks of devices talking to each other. "We can look forward to a future of essentially unlimited speed and unlimited processing power ... tiny, powerful sensors will be embedded in everything. By 2020, fiber networks will be deployed in every city."
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