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Panoramic Videoconference Camera Adds Human Perspective
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11/19/2012 | 2:39:29 AM
re: Panoramic Videoconference Camera Adds Human Perspective
This is pretty cool, finally someone cares about video conferencing and has come up with solution for lack of seeing all participants. The current video conferencing that I am familiar with is voice activated so whoever is speaking the camera will focus on where the sound pis coming form, and does not work to well when several people are speaking at the same time. Altia has also come up with a price that is affordable to any organization with video conferencing needs. I would like to see the capabilities with sports photography and hat that can do with this technology.

Paul Sprague
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11/14/2012 | 5:02:15 PM
re: Panoramic Videoconference Camera Adds Human Perspective
OK this is pretty damn cool. If it works.


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