Altia Systems, creators of PanaCast 2 Panoramic-4K USB video camera system, has worked with Intel to launch PanaCast Whiteboard, a computer vision software that detects content on an existing whiteboard and displays (in any room) and adds it in (automatically) into a vide meeting. This may not seem like a big deal but, watch this videocast with their CEO and founder, Aurangzeb Khan and you’ll see why it is. No matter where the whiteboard is in a room the software automatically improves image quality and corrects distortion to produce a clear whiteboard image, enhancing the video collaboration experience for remote participants in various business and education settings.
This is very cool to watch – and a demo like this is really the only way to understand it. PanaCast Whiteboard is compatible with a wide variety of video conferencing platforms such as Google Hangouts, Cisco WebEx, Microsoft Skype and Zoom, an annual license fee of $199 per PanaCast 2 camera.
I think you’ll enjoy watching this demo! Altia Systems will be in booth 3770 at InfoComm. And, when you decide to get one, go here to see all the specs: getpanacast.com/whiteboard