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Touch and Collaborate: The Interactive Display Comes of Age (Part 3)

Let’s break down the different classifications of interactive whiteboards and the considerations that need to be made to ensure a successful user experience. While we’re at it, what does the future look like for this technology?

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Touch and Collaborate: The Interactive Display Comes Of Age (Part 2)

In order to understand what is happening in the IWB space toda,y one only has to go back about ten years to see what happened with Immersive Telepresence. The parallels are astonishing.

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How to Design for 4K: Q&A With Practitioners

On August 12, InfoComm International® hosted a webinar titled How to Design for 4K. You’ll want to check it out because it’s jam-packed with tips and guidelines for designing 4K projects, from boardroom to live events. You’ll even get a comparison of a conventional versus an IP-based system. The webinar is a complement to 4K and Beyond: Technical Challenges and Opportunities, […]

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The Problem with Videoconferencing

I had my first videoconference experience in about 1999 – which is a century ago in the evolution of most technologies. Today, I use some form of videoconferencing almost on an daily basis. While there have been vast improvements in sound and image quality and the technical specifications, the overall experience is really not that […]

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