Video Conferencing Video conferencing is a set of interactive telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to interact via two-way video and audio transmission simultaneously.
History of video conferencing • According to WipediaIFinally, in the 1990s, IP (Internet Protocol) based videoconferencing became possible, and more efficient video compression technologies were developed, permitting desktop, or personal computer (PC)-based videoconferencing. In 1992 CU-SeeMe was developed at Cornell by Tim Dorcey et al. In 1995 the First public videoconference and peacecast between the continents of North America and Africa took place, linking a technofair in San Francisco with a techno-rave and cyberdeli in Cape Town. At the Winter Olympics opening ceremony in Nagano, Japan, Seiji Ozawa conducted the Ode to Joy from Beethoven's Ninth Symphony simultaneously across five continents in near-real time. • Skype is one of the many free internet video chats that is avaliable online for personal use.
Vidyo or Skype? • http://www.batipic.com/vidyo http://youtu.be/xbZHxaKmSHY
Are there any problems with video conferencing? • The problems that has arise with video conferencing is the lack of eye contact when each person can see the other’s body language through the live streaming of video. Traditionally, when we use land line phones we can see not see the other’s personal cues. Therefore, the impression is only through the use of words heard and not seen. The second problem is more psychological to the instant of people do not like to be watched or dress up for the other individual is on the other end of the live video stream.
Video calling from your home is easy! Reasonable Video WebCam You can enjoy video chatting too. It is as simply as logging on to the internet and placing a phone call through your computer. Video chat was a luxury for the rich and big corporations who can afford the equipment and maintenance of this product.
References • Retrieved from http://www.batipic.com/vidyol • Retrieved from http://www.logitech.com • Retrieved from http://En.wikipedia.org/wiki/Video_conferencing