Not just jurors; for anything short of a felony, let the victim, er, I mean defendant, remote in too.
A lot of people, especially poorer and with more time-demanding jobs (think retail, fast food, etc. compared to office jobs where in many it's no big deal if you're gone half a day if you make up the time) or less ability to travel (gas is cheaper now, but not free, or many may not have a car and in most of the US public transit is lousy) just can't fight even basic traffic tickets and have to pay the fine and increased insurance costs. They can't wait around for the entire day to be called at 4:59pm.If they could attend remotely (wouldn't even need to be from their computer; friend or library or pay-for-use station at FedEx may work too) that would make it easier to attend.
Of course, making it easier to fight them would make it more likely that the state would lose, and so they'd never go for it. But it might get a trial in more adventurous/advanced locations such as New Hampshire.