- New technology lets you and doctors experience your eye in VR March 24, 2017Story and images by ISPR Patients undergoing eye surgery can now get a virtual reality tour of the inside of their eye before the procedure. The imagery is constructed using a technology called optical coherence tomography. It uses laser light to provide comprehensive imagery. Doctors at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London used the technique to […]
- Smart Dust: Cameras 'Smaller Than Sand' Can Now Film Your Every Move March 21, 2017Story and images by IWB Researchers at the Univerisy of Stuttgart have developed a new type of 'smart dust' miniature camera smaller than the size of a grain of sand. Experts say the German camera, created using new 3D printing techniques, will allow scientists to see humans in the most intricate detail than ever before. […]
- Seloy Live Sense - Interactive Windows for Retail Storefronts March 20, 2017Story and images by AV Magazine With touch devices growing in popularity, Seloy Live has patented a design that sandwiches touch technology between sheets of glass. Anne Lindgren, sales director, Seloy Live tells Zoe Mutter why the future of glass is smart and interactive. The team at Seloy Live believes it's on to a winner […]
- Signal's encrypted video calling is now available to all March 15, 2017Story and images by Endgadget There's another secure option when voice or chat won't do. Signal, the encrypted chat app from Open Whisper Systems, now lets anyone chat privately on video. The feature, which first launched on Android last month, has come out of beta and is now available on both Android and iOS. The […]
- Polycom CEO on Video Conferencing, Microsoft Partnership March 15, 2017Polycom's conference room speakers and video monitors have been staples in corporate boardrooms for decades. The company's sales growth hit a rough patch in recent years, but a $2 billion takeover has given it a new lease on life. Polycom CEO Mary McDowell appears on Bloomberg North with Anthony Lacavera to talk about the company's […]
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HUMAN PRODUCTIVITY LAB ANNOUNCES
The consultancy Human Productivity Lab (HPL) is pleased to announce that senior technology executive, Stephanie L. Carhee, has joined their internationally renowned team to help clients improve their adoption and consumption of visual collaboration.
Ms. Carhee has worked in the technology industry for 20 years, including 10 years as the Senior Unified Communications Advisor at Cisco Systems.
In 2004 she was awarded the Cisco Excellence Award for her work in defining a proven lifecycle methodology to accelerate enterprise customer implementations as well as a tool to train on how to properly prepare, plan, design, implement and support Collaboration Solutions.
HUMAN PRODUCTIVITY LAB ANNOUNCES
“VISUAL COLLABORATION DREAM TEAM” Adds Ten Prominent Experts including CEOs and Inventors in Europe and the United States Ashburn, VA, May 28th, 2013 – The visual collaboration consultancy Human Productivity Lab (HPL) is pleased to announce the addition of an internationally renowned team of experts to significantly expand the Lab’s consulting capabilities for enterprise clients and vendors/service providers.
The visual collaboration consultancy Human Productivity Lab (HPL) announces the release of the publication Planning a Video Conferencing or Telepresence Project. Written by HPL Consultant Richard Tucker, this guide is based on the experiences and lessons learned by end user organizations that have implemented telepresence projects, from personal systems to immersive room systems.