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SOLO_Remote Access Device by Alex Morrison

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SOLO_Remote Access Device by Alex MorrisonSolo Remote Access Device is a portable device offering the user access to desktop computing power when away from the studio, granting the user greater freedom to work away from the office. Utilizing high resolution projection technology as well as touch-surface inputs the concept offers the user a new means of remote working within a single device, perfect for presentations and client engagement.

Functioning as an access device, rather than the computing hardware, allows the user a means of accessing the necessary software and systems they would ordinarily have within a studio whilst away, enabling working from home or working on the fly.

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SOLO_Remote Access Device by Alex Morrison

In addition to the individual user benefits the product also features a gesture recognition sensor in the lower portion of the device, allowing 360 degree input recognition, meaning anybody sat around the device can control what they are seeing.

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SOLO_Remote Access Device by Alex Morrison

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SOLO_Remote Access Device by Alex Morrison

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SOLO_Remote Access Device by Alex Morrison

Initially the user will be required to sync the device with any office hardware which they wish to be able to access remotely, through a software based system allowing login control as a safety precaution. The intention is for the device to be stored on a contact charging dock whilst in the studio, allowing for the user to grab the device before leaving for meetings. When at the location of the meeting the user can set up a workspace, scalable to either individual or group use and work as if working on the studio machine. The compact nature of the device would make it preferable over laptop computing and the projection size gives it advantages over tablet use.

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SOLO_Remote Access Device by Alex Morrison

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SOLO_Remote Access Device by Alex Morrison

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