As in Star Wars: NASA achieves the first “mass transfer” of space

As in Star Wars: NASA achieves the first “mass transfer” of space
NASA’s first teleportation (Image: NASA)

Our human being can travel outside the planet. Our physical body is not there. said NASA aviation surgeon Dr. Joseph Schmid behind the Earth’s first holoportion into space which was produced on October 8, 2021 and unveiled this year by the space agency.

Through a statement announced historical event Seven people were “transported” to the International Space Station (IEE) without having to travel in a space rocket and leave Earth.

before this event, Space holoports only existed in science fiction like Star Wars or Star Trek, but now they are a reality. Using a Microsoft Hololens Kinect camera and a PC with custom Aexa software, ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Thomas Pesquet had a two-way conversation with live images of Schmid and Fernando de la Pena Laca, CEO of AEXA Aerospace.

“This was Earth’s first holoportation handshake in space,” NASA said.

Dr. Schmid teleported as he performs a Star Trek salute (Image: NASA)
Dr. Schmid teleported as he performs a Star Trek salute (Image: NASA)

This capture technology, detailed file Containerallow Reconstruct, compress, and broadcast high-quality 3D models of people. By combining mixed reality screens like the HoloLens, it allows users to see, hear and interact with remote participants in 3D as if they were in the same physical location.

Although Microsoft has been using this holoport since 2016, It is the first time that it has been used in an environment as complex and remote as the International Space Station in outer space.

It is a new form of human exploration, where our human being can travel outside the planet. “Our physical body is not there, but our human being is completely there,” Schmid said.

The scientist emphasized that it does not matter that the space station is traveling at 17,500 miles per hour and constantly moving in an orbit of 250 miles above the Earth, since with the rotation. An astronaut can go to the space station in a few minutes and talk and live with other crew members. Or vice versa, he will bring the astronaut to Earth to visit his comrades and family.

A reference image of a space launch (Photo: AP Photo/John Raoux)
A reference image of a space launch (Photo: AP Photo/John Raoux)

Although this method emerged as an interest in 3D telemedicine to help keep astronauts healthy, it shows that it can be A New Form of Communication: An Introduction to Wider Use in Future Missions.

“We will use this at our special medical conferences, special psychiatry conferences, special family conferences, and to bring VIPs to the space station to visit the astronauts.”

They also guarantee it The next step of Holoportation will be to integrate it with augmented reality and later with touch For purposes focused on remote documentation.

“Imagine that you can bring the best actual trainer or designer of a particularly complex technology by your side, wherever you are. […] They can work together on the device, like two of the best surgeons work during the procedure. “This would put everyone at ease knowing that the best team is working together on a crucial piece of hardware,” Schmid said.

also Mass transportation and tools like it are expected to have major implications for the future of deep space travel., especially if the possibility of sending missions to Mars is planned. Meaning, they can be just as they were presented in the movies.

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