Meta wants Holographic 3D Video Calls to Be a Reality.


According to a patent filed in 2020 by the social media giant, Meta is developing a metaverse and other metaverse-related gear. Here’s how it might work.

Meta Working on AI-Enabled 3D Talks

The patent is titled “3D conversations in an artificial reality” and details Meta’s plans to develop a new communication technology that allows people to “capture, transmit, and share 3D versions of themselves to make more real-life video calls. This tech is designed to enable users to have 3D conversations in real life for a more authentic experience with video conferences. This would be different than the metaverse concept that allows users to enter a virtual world with digital avatars and interact with other users.

This 3D calling tech allows you to communicate with your loved ones in a 3D form rather than a 2D one. The patent mentions several devices, including AR glasses, AR/ VR headsets, and phones. A hologram could also be the primary tool for this 3D communication system.

This technology can also create AI-based filters that change backgrounds and remove AR headsets. It is important to note that the patent was filed in 2020 but has not been granted by the US Patent and Trademark Office.


It is possible that technology may not see the light of day in the future. Furthermore, the technology is still in the patent phase. This is similar to other patents from other companies.

The company wants to disrupt the communication industry with the latest technologies, despite Meta’s declining daily active users and other controversies around Facebook. The company may speed up the development of an excellent 3D conversation platform to regain its top spot as a social media company.

What do you think of Meta’s 3D conversation technology? Is it something you believe will become a reality? We’d love to hear your thoughts below. Stay tuned for more exciting stories.

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