3D cameras capture news anchors giving news reports. The 3D cameras map a wire mesh and render a program with the wire mesh and 3D textures including an artificial intelligence aspect to the program that can change the modeling with the news reporting software. The software is transmitted to all televisions, while the televisions are programmed with information specific to each user in the room of the television. The television runs the software of the news program and provides the information to the software, allowing the software to customize the news report with information such as the name of the person watching TV, preferences to how the news anchor dresses, looks, and speaks, and can customize the news report based on the content provisions of the person watching TV. This allows one news anchor to drive multiple televisions with customized news reporting in real time, since the televisions do the work to customize the news reporting with the information available about the news anchor and the news information from the news station.
- Patrick R. McElhiney
- Marketing, News & Media (MKT)