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Protecting Precious Meeting Room Availability

The modern workplace is changing as never before …

  • the global COVID-19 lockdown has had a profound impact on attitudes towards remote working
  • the workforce is having to adopt new work practices as never before
  • there is a constant demand for ever-more-efficient use of office space
  • office designers and estate managers are being challenged to deliver digital transformation in the workplace

Ad hoc collaboration space is high on the list of requirements in modern offices and the technology becoming available to meet this demand is maturing by the day while, at the same time, the cost is dropping.

But, to misquote George Orwell, some technology is more equal than others and sometimes the benefits are not intuitively obvious.

Take the humble video meeting camera, for example.  All much of a muchness, right?  They’re all PTZs, about 12 times optical zoom, about 90° field-of-view so job done, next.

Well, no. 

Cameras are changing from the dumb, light-gatherers of old to innovative devices employing advanced artificial intelligence and revolutionary optics and they bring important benefits for the office estate.

Making the right choice of video camera could boost your available meeting room hours by up to 50% for a given floorspace

A Wider View of the World

Jabra PanaCast from Intermedia

The Jabra PanaCast is one such newcomer.  It’s the world’s first and only camera array for video meeting rooms employing three camera elements and providing a field-of-view (FoV) of up to 180° but without the distortion usually associated with such a wide angle.
Why is this important?
Having such a wide FoV means the camera can be placed nearer the table – typically about 1 meter or more closer.  In a small huddle room, that can save up to 30% of the floorspace normally required for a 5/6 person room (see figure 1 below).

Jabra PanaCast from IntermediaSee: http://bit.ly/space_calc for more on this

Who’s in the Room?

The Jabra PanaCast camera also has built-in AI capabilities employing advanced video analytics to provide a live room headcount.

Most room reservation systems are dumb and blind.  They rely on the calendar to let them know if a room is occupied or not.  The Jabra PanaCast’s headcount facility can inform your room reservation system of the real occupancy status, reducing phantom bookings by up to 70%

See more about this: http://bit.ly/5rcount

These two properties of this remarkable camera together can offer almost 50% gain in meeting room space efficiency.

Here are the numbers:

Think outside the PTZ box – try the Jabra PanaCast today

Jabra PanaCast in the Huddle Room


Protecting Precious Meeting Room Availability

The modern workplace is changing as never before …

  • the global COVID-19 lockdown has had a profound impact on attitudes towards remote working
  • the workforce is having to adopt new work practices as never before
  • there is a constant demand for ever-more-efficient use of office space
  • office designers and estate managers are being challenged to deliver digital transformation in the workplace

Ad hoc collaboration space is high on the list of requirements in modern offices and the technology becoming available to meet this demand is maturing by the day while, at the same time, the cost is dropping.

But, to misquote George Orwell, some technology is more equal than others and sometimes the benefits are not intuitively obvious.

Take the humble video meeting camera, for example.  All much of a muchness, right?  They’re all PTZs, about 12 times optical zoom, about 90° field-of-view so job done, next.

Well, no. 

Cameras are changing from the dumb, light-gatherers of old to innovative devices employing advanced artificial intelligence and revolutionary optics and they bring important benefits for the office estate.

Making the right choice of video camera could boost your available meeting room hours by up to 50% for a given floorspace

A Wider View of the World

Jabra PanaCast from Intermedia

The Jabra PanaCast is one such newcomer.  It’s the world’s first and only camera array for video meeting rooms employing three camera elements and providing a field-of-view (FoV) of up to 180° but without the distortion usually associated with such a wide angle.
Why is this important?
Having such a wide FoV means the camera can be placed nearer the table – typically about 1 meter or more closer.  In a small huddle room, that can save up to 30% of the floorspace normally required for a 5/6 person room (see figure 1 below).

Jabra PanaCast from IntermediaSee: http://bit.ly/space_calc for more on this

Who’s in the Room?

The Jabra PanaCast camera also has built-in AI capabilities employing advanced video analytics to provide a live room headcount.

Most room reservation systems are dumb and blind.  They rely on the calendar to let them know if a room is occupied or not.  The Jabra PanaCast’s headcount facility can inform your room reservation system of the real occupancy status, reducing phantom bookings by up to 70%

See more about this: http://bit.ly/5rcount

These two properties of this remarkable camera together can offer almost 50% gain in meeting room space efficiency.

Here are the numbers:

Think outside the PTZ box – try the Jabra PanaCast today

Jabra PanaCast in the Huddle Room

To find out more information, please fill out the form on our contact page.


Say Hello to Huddle Hub One – Touch-Free Presentations and Conferencing

When your users walk into a meeting room do their hearts sink at the thought of sharing content from their mobile device?

Would you like to be able to offer them the ability to present their smartphone, tablet or PC content to their colleagues in seconds without cables or hassle?

Would you like to offer them this productivity advantage from anywhere on your premises not just in designated meeting rooms? 

Read on…

No cables from the user’s device to the AV equipment – get your meeting up and running in seconds.  Connecting any mobile device is via your enterprise wi-fi or via Huddle Hub One’s optional (secure) wireless access point.  No hassle with finding/connecting/touching common cables, wrong sockets, display set to wrong source etc. etc. 

Shared Content on All Logged-In Devices – the shared content from the sharer can be streamed back to other participants’ personal devices (PC, Mac, iOS, Android) so you are not relying on everyone having to see the room display (in fact there doesn’t even have to be a display in the room).

No USB dongle required – enterprises regularly disable the USB ports on laptops to guard against data loss plus no problem with lost dongles!

No Client Download Required on PCs or Mac’s – Apps are available for all major platforms but, for PCs, the HHO also supports a superb sharing experience just through your usual browser – no admin rights required.

Simple BYOM Video Calling – the room AV (display, camera, speakerphone, all-in-one USB device etc.) can be connected to the HHO making a BYOM (bring your own meeting) connection to the AV in the room completely wirelessly.  The current sharer simply makes a video call using their preferred video client (e.g. MS Teams/SfB, Zoom, Cisco Webex, GotoMeeting etc)

Multi-Session Smart Room Support – the Huddle Hub Enterprise model can support up to six separate and isolated sharing sessions called “Smart Rooms”.   So a group of users who need to meet, say, in a room without a Huddle Hub One or for ad-hoc gatherings in casual huddle or rest areas, for example, can grab a Huddle Hub virtual room and immediately start sharing content between their devices.

Huddle Hub One Touch-free Wireless Content Presentation and Sharing Solution

Every Meeting Needs a Huddle Hub One‏

Contact us for more information

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Jabra PanaCast with avt mezzoCast makes AV Awards 2019 Finals!

We are delighted that the amazing Jabra PanaCast with avt mezzoCast has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2019 AV Awards!

Up against a record 700+ entrants, Jabra PanaCast has been selected as finalist in the Communication Technology of the Year category.

Jabra PanaCast is the latest iteration of the world’s first 180°, 4K, Panoramic, Plug-and-Play video camera that delivers big benefits in the huddle room and classroom where its industry-leading wide-angle view ensures that everyone and everything is visible to the far end.

The camera’s 180° field-of-view allows participants to sit very close to the display/camera without that closeness being apparent to the far end (a trick of the unique triple-camera array technology).  The wasted space (needed between legacy cameras and the closest participants) is no longer necessary saving at least 30% of the floorspace.

More on this: Use Our Floor-space Calculator to see how much space you can save with the right camera!

AI-Enabled Headcount Sensor

The Jabra PanaCast intelligent vision system provides a live room occupancy count (even when it’s not streaming).  This may be polled via its API.

The Jabra PanaCast camera sees a 180° view of the room.  There’s no point in asking a camera with a lesser field of view for a headcount.

avt mezzoCast is a cloud service and middleware application that ingests people count data from each room’s Jabra PanaCast camera and logs it into the cloud allowing reporting of each room’s utilisation data over a period of time.

avt mezzoCast can ensure that the client’s room reservation system accurately reflects the true occupancy status of the meeting room estate.  Some organisations report that phantom or ghost meetings can account for over 25% of their total room reservations!

Through software integration with Office 365 and/or Microsoft Exchange (other reservation systems coming), mezzoCast will create, modify and/or delete room reservations allowing users to have a live and accurate view of the availability or otherwise of a room.

W‌hy is this important? – 5 Reasons Why You Need to Know Your Meeting Room Headcount‌


More information about Jabra PanaCast

More information about avt mezzoCast

More information about the AV Awards


DEATH of the PTZ?

The pan, tilt and zoom or PTZ electromechanical videoconferencing camera was introduced so far back in the mists of time, almost everyone has forgotten, or never knew, why it was necessary in the first place.  Has it had its day?

A quick bit of VC history…..

Viva La Resolution!

Modern video camera resolutions are typically measured in megapixels or millions of pixels.  Even smartphone cameras now exceed 33 megapixels but, back in the day, videoconferencing video resolution was limited to about 100,000 pixels (no, really, just 352 x 288) and these had to stretch across large display screens (usually from projectors) so that those seated furthest away could see a usable image.  So the video images weren’t great and the rooms had to be carefully designed to get the best from the limited quality.

In order for the far end to make out who was actually speaking, the PTZ camera was introduced so that you could zoom in and devote those 100,000 pixels to the current speaker.  Of course, someone had to ensure that the camera was pointing in the right direction at the right time.  In other words, someone had to “direct” or operate the camera and, in the days of the half million-pound video room, there was often a technician around tasked to do this.


Want to learn about the modern alternative to three decades old technology? – click on this image of the future, today

Jabra PanaCast from Intermedia
Jabra PanaCast from Intermedia


When systems became lower cost and more numerous, user interfaces were created to allow the participants to control their own calls and it was at this point that PTZ control really became a pain.


Users were not interested in controlling the camera


Users were not interested in controlling the camera.  It was a distraction from the meeting and too demeaning for a senior executive to get involved with the technology.  It was also an opportunity to screw up in front of one’s peers when the technology did something unexpected (like focus on the ceiling).

So what did they do?  They set the zoom to fully wide and left it there demoting the expensive PTZ to a fixed camera, making it irrelevant and degrading the experience for the far end users – and they are still doing it.

Sure, there were attempts to resolve this using push-to-talk microphones that forced the camera to the current live mike and voice-tracking cameras which were supposed to move automatically to the current speaker.  Apart from causing sea-sickness in the viewer from rapidly-tracking images, these voice-tracking cameras were pretty bad at finding the speaker unless the whole room was set up in something akin to an anechoic chamber because the audio tracking system would often mistake a reflected audio path as the direction of the speaker and focus on the source of the reflection from, for example, an adjacent wall.  Not very helpful and, if an animated discussion broke out with multiple participants speaking at the same time, video pandemonium could ensue.

Move forward 30 years.  The big difference is the video resolution of current systems.  Most enterprise-grade videoconferencing systems can deliver at least 1920 x 1080 pixels or full HD with some capable of 4K, or Ultra HD (3840 x 2160 or around 8 megapixels).

Add to this the vast improvement in display technology and the early problems around being able to discern who was speaking due to poor resolution have gone; in most rooms, everyone can now be seen clearly so why are we still deploying PTZ cameras?  In fact they are now not only redundant, they are becoming a major problem.

Huddle Rooms

This term has been adopted to mean small rooms that have not previously been considered viable for video capability due to cost. Three big factors are coming into play to change things significantly:

  • User demand: for more video collaboration facilities in the workplace.
  • Cloud video services: where the large cost of the video network infrastructure is being picked up by a Videoconferencing as a Service (VCaaS) operator and clients need only pay a low subscription fee for access and
  • Dramatically falling room hardware costs: It’s now possible to deploy professional-quality video into a huddle room for less than $2,000 including a large format display and these costs are continuing to fall.

It’s now possible to deploy video into a huddle room for less than US$2,000


Under pressure from their users for more readily-available visual collaboration facilities, organisations are pressing these Huddle Rooms into video service at a time when the above factors are combining to take away a lot of the pain.

But there is a problem with these legacy PTZs when you start to use small rooms that only seat a few people; the participants are all very close to the display and, consequently, very close to the camera.

Legacy conferencing cameras will not see the closest participants at the table

A typical PTZ camera has a field-of-view (FoV) of just 70-90 degrees. When placed in a small room, this will mean that some of the participants closest to the camera will be partially or completely excluded or it forces everyone to huddle closer than they may have anticipated around the furthest end of the table.

A Modern Solution – No Mechanical PTZ and a 180° Field-of-View

In both the security and conferencing markets (the two biggest markets for PTZ cameras) the trend today is away from electro-mechanical cameras that physically move, toward fixed, high-resolution cameras.  This is becoming possible because the resolution of low-cost cameras is becoming so large that the camera can remain static and the panning, tilting and zooming can be achieved by using software to move around the fixed image from the camera sensor.


Jabra has come up with the first new approach to the videoconferencing camera in three decades


The Jabra PanaCast is an industry-leading example of this move towards “soft” PTZs.  Jabra has come up with the first new approach to the videoconferencing camera in three decades and it’s both obvious in hindsight and a radical departure.

The Jabra PanaCast camera is three cameras in one with a total native resolution of close to 40 megapixels.  This provides a highly detailed image much larger than that needed in a standard video call and can support a lossless zoom of 6 times.  Meaning that the soft PTZ action can easily be accomplished within the camera’s captured image without any apparent degradation in the quality received at the far end.

In the PanaCast, Jabra has also produced the world’s first 180° 4K panoramic camera designed to cover the entire room in a single, ultra-high-definition video image.

Now, while wide-angle or wide field-of-view cameras have been around for a long time, unless you spend a huge amount of money on special lenses, they produce significant spacial and radial distortion (the so-called fisheye effect) causing the apparent size of people at the edge of the lens to be exaggerated and adding an unrealistic curve to their image while participants furthest from the camera appear diminutive in comparison.  This creates a very unnatural image unsuitable for professional videoconferencing.

Intermedia for PanaCast 3

Jabra took a different approach. They took three ultra-high-resolution cameras each of a more modest field-of-view and stitched the three images together dynamically in the camera while also adding image correction to produce a single video stream that can cover up to 180° with virtually zero distortion.

The result is a very clear view from even the smallest Huddle Space in which every person, whiteboard or flip-chart is clearly visible within a naturalistic image which belies the closeness of the participants to the camera.

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PanaCast 180 degree field of view
Using the Jabra PanaCast, all participants at the table will be clearly visible to the far end

Intermedia for PanaCast 3A Typical View from the Jabra PanaCast Camera


Jabra PanaCast’s field-of-view is up to 180 degrees


And, because the image is in high definition, individual viewers or sites can pan and zoom using touch screen devices into the part of the transmitted scene that interests them most without impacting the view of any other site.  So, if I want to see the presenter or the whiteboard while you prefer to watch the reaction of others in the room, we can both do so using our own devices with no conflict.

By banishing the PTZ camera to history, one big intimidating factor in the video meeting room may be removed.  In these days of self-service visual collaboration, the technology needs to be as transparent to the user as we can make it.  The Jabra PanaCast camera is a game-changer in the video meeting room and allows organisations to expand their use of video especially into smaller rooms or Huddle Rooms and, at the same time, delivering a much-improved user experience.

For more information on the Jabra PanaCast camera, visit intermedia-cs.co.uk, call us on +44 (0)1992 878312, or fill out the form on our contact page and we will call you.


The Huddle Room Camera Problem – Solved

Not the kind of “huddle” experience you had in mind?

The falling cost of hardware and the growth in cloud video services has led to smaller and smaller rooms and spaces being equipped with video collaboration facilities.
This trend, referred to as the Huddle Room market by industry analysts, in turn has led to a problem around camera field-of-view (FOV).  Standard pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) cameras or low-cost, fixed webcams typically have a FOV of less than 90° which, when deployed in small rooms with the participants close to the display, means that some participants will always be out-of-shot.

The Revolutionary PanaCast 3 Camera

PanaCast 3

The PanaCast 3 camera meets and overcomes this challenge by employing three horizontal, miniaturised cameras, each with a more modest FOV and stitching these live video streams together in the camera.  The resulting UHD (4K) resolution output stream delivers a stunning, natural-looking image of the room.

PanaCast 3

The ultra-wide view of up to 180° ensures that everyone is in-shot, even in a small group sitting close to the display.  Even so, the undistorted view delivered to the far end belies the closeness of the local participants to the camera.


Intelligent Zoom

The addition of the Intelligent Zoom feature completes the solution in a novel way. Intelligent Zoom uses advanced in-camera video analytics to detect the faces of participants in the room and frames the transmitted video appropriately for the individual or the group. This framing happens dynamically and automatically and adjusts for people joining or leaving the room in mid-call.
The combination of the wide-angle camera with the Intelligent Zoom feature removes any concern by the local participants about whether or not they are being seen by the far end and greatly enhances the user experience of the video collaboration session at both ends.

Finally, the PanaCast 3 does all of this for around the same price as a standard electro-mechanical PTZ camera.

See PanaCast 3 and Intelligent Zoom in action

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New Lower Pricing on the PanaCast Cameras

More great reasons to choose the outstanding PanaCast cameras

We are delighted to announce new, lower pricing on the PanaCast 180°, 4K cameras.

Strong sales of the PanaCast cameras have allowed the manufacturer to pass on economies of scale in the form of aggressively lower price points both on the PanaCast 2 and the newly-launched PanaCast 3.

Along with lower pricing on the cameras, the auto-framing feature “Intelligent Zoom” is now included as standard with every camera.

Here’s the detail on these great deals!

PanaCast 3

PanaCast 3 lists at £795 (€895) + VAT saving £165 (€215) on the old PanaCast 2 price and an additional saving of £120 (€136) for the included Intelligent Zoom. 

Not only that but the new PanaCast 3 provides you with the latest technology, including 6 x zoom and 4th generation stitching performance.

Click here for further details

PanaCast 2

The PanaCast 2 has been reduced from £960 (€1,110) to £710 (€810) a saving of £250 (€300) plus additional £120 (€136) for the Intelligent Zoom licence.

Click here for further details.

To take advantage of these prices, or to book a demo of the new PanaCast 2, or 3, simply call +44 (0)1992 878312, or click here.


AI Auto-Tracking Lecture Capture Camera at ISE 2019

If you work in higher or further education these days, you’ll probably have an interest in lecture capture.  Universities and colleges now understand that every lecture is a valuable asset and, instead of that asset disappearing into the ether every time it’s delivered, they are using recordings of their subject experts’ presentations for remote learning and to co-operate, sell or trade with affiliate education establishments around the world. 

However, the technical challenges around practical lecture capture are significant, creating a need for new camera solutions that require minimum user intervention and which can effectively replace a human camera operator.  Camera manufacturer iSmart, has been creating solutions for education for many years and they are showing their new, sophisticated tracking and lecture capture camera at:

ISE 2019 show on stand 13-B175

What makes a great Lecture Capture Camera?

As universities and colleges introduce flipped classroom and blended learning techniques, the need for a cost-effective lecture capture solution has become critical. Key to this solution is a camera that can reliably and consistently lock on and track the lecturer, accurately emulating a live camera operator.

Watch how the iSmart LTC-A2001N does this

The new iSmart LTC Series 2nd Generation HD-SDI Lecturer Tracking Camera System offers a whole host of benefits and is already being used by the top tertiary education establishments.

The LTC Series offers:

  • Artificial Intelligence to provide a seamless, user-friendly experience.
  • Easy set-up; it’s literally plug n’ play
  • Lecturer tracking capability means no need for an operator
  • Locked tracking unaffected by in-room distractions like others walking across the field of view or moving video projection
  • Smooth visual performance thanks to AI face and motion detecting technology
  • Works smoothly with lecture capture platforms such as Panopto, Echo 360,  Galicaster/Opencast and others

Optional whiteboard detection – board-writing triggers tracking.  A seperate board-writing detection camera triggers the lecturer tracking camera to move to a predefined board position and start tracking the lecturer there.

Come and see this breakthrough in lecture capture camera technology at the iSmart stand 13-B175 at ISE.  So we don’t miss you, please book an appointment by clicking here: http://bit.ly/ISE19cal  Hope to see you there!

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PanaCast 3 – Brilliant video. Clear audio. Serious intelligence

We are excited to announce a new camera in the PanaCast Intelligent Vision series.

Having its European Debut at the ISE 2019 show in Amsterdam, the new camera consolidates and extends the PanaCast’s class leadership as the only camera that captures and senses everyone even in the smallest huddle room or the widest classroom.

“With the ability to upgrade the internal PanaCast Vision Processor, and being the only device to deliver 100% room visibility and 100% AI enablement, the PanaCast 3 is ready for artificial intelligence advancements,” says Aurangzeb Khan, President & CEO of Altia Systems creators and manufacturer of the remarkable PanaCast product line.

The PanaCast 3 sees the whole room and everyone in it providing you with an intelligent collaboration experience:

  • Brilliantly crisp video and pin-sharp, clear audio quality.
  • Wall-to-wall video coverage.
  • Every person is visible, with an ultra-wide 180º field of view.
  • See every detail as PanaCast allows you to read the whole room, from an individual’s body language to group dynamics.
  • Built-in stereo microphones so that you can hear everyone.
  • Cameras which act as AI sensors, ie.they capture everything with zero scale distortion and no missing data for advanced analytics.

Come and experience the future of video meeting cameras, now for yourself at ISE 2019

PanaCast 3 at ISE 2019

It’s a big show so let’s make a firm appointment and make sure we don’t miss each other

Or download the product overview here and complete the form on our contact page and we’ll be in touch


AI Auto-Tracking Lecture Capture Camera at BETT 2019

If you work in higher or further education these days, you’ll probably have an interest in lecture capture.  Universities and colleges now understand that every lecture is a valuable asset and, instead of that asset disappearing into the ether every time it’s delivered, they are using recordings of their subject experts’ presentations for remote learning and to co-operate, sell or trade with affiliate education establishments around the world. 

However, the technical challenges around practical lecture capture are significant, creating a need for new camera solutions that require minimum user intervention and which can effectively replace a human camera operator.  Camera manufacturer iSmart, has been creating solutions for education for many years and they are showing their new, sophisticated tracking and lecture capture camera at the BETT 2019 show on stand B225.

What makes a great Lecture Capture Camera?

As universities and colleges introduce flipped classroom and blended learning techniques, the need for a cost-effective lecture capture solution has become critical. Key to this solution is a camera that can reliably and consistently lock on and track the lecturer, accurately emulating a live camera operator.

Watch how the iSmart LTC-A2001N does this

The new iSmart LTC Series 2nd Generation HD-SDI Lecturer Tracking Camera System offers a whole host of benefits and is already being used by the top tertiary education establishments.

The LTC Series offers:

  • Artificial Intelligence to provide a seamless, user-friendly experience.
  • Easy set-up; it’s literally plug n’ play
  • Lecturer tracking capability means no need for an operator
  • Locked tracking unaffected by in-room distractions like others walking across the field of view or moving video projection
  • Smooth visual performance thanks to AI face and motion detecting technology
  • Works smoothly with lecture capture platforms such as Panopto, Echo 360,  Galicaster/Opencast and others

Optional whiteboard detection – board-writing triggers tracking.  A seperate board-writing detection camera triggers the lecturer tracking camera to move to a predefined board position and start tracking the lecturer there.

Come and see this breakthrough in lecture capture camera technology at the iSmart stand B225 at BETT. So we don’t miss you, please book an appointment by clicking here: http://bit.ly/bt19_book Hope to see you there!

ismart at BETT 2019

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"More than 2500 organisations in 38+ countries are using the PanaCast daily to improve their communication and productivity.

Over 200 universities are now adopting the PanaCast for lecture capture and huddle room deployments."

What our clients say!


  • “(PanaCast 2) is a very different form factor than the usual 1080p camera that we are using elsewhere in the lab. You can see it has no seams and it’s a very good picture quality.”

    Robert
    ScobleFuturist / Rackspace

  • “PanaCast…actually seems like something that would be both fun and exceedingly useful.”

    Michael
    SeoWriter / TechCrunch

  • “The actual image captured by the camera when we tried it in a lecture theatre (300+ seat) was perfect. Every seat in the frame, handled the lighting conditions well, good focus, seamlessly stitched. Very impressed.”

    Geoff Lambert
    Sr. Project Manager of IT & Digital Services / University of Western Sydney

  • “… a great improvement over standard video chat experiences.” Read article

    Michael Gorman
    Editor-in-Chief / Engadget

  • “The panoramic view allowed me to see all five remote participants at the same time, and the 4k resolution provided great visual detail – allowing me to feel ‘connected’ to everyone in the meeting.”

    What Ira M. Weinstein thinks about the PanaCast 2
    Senior Analyst & Partner / Wainhouse Research

  • “We chose the PanaCast 2 video camera because it gives an immersive sense of participation to remote meeting participants. With PanaCast 2, there is no need to squeeze together to get into the scene or waste time panning and zooming like with a typical conference room camera.”

    Jolean De KortJolean De Kort
    Director Employee Technology / GoDaddy

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