In this interview for BBC Click, Oblong founder John Underkoffler demonstrates the future and the present of sharing screens and processing power for intuitive, immersive collaboration. Underkoffler is the mind behind the computer interfaces in the Steven Spielberg film Minority Report, and also Mezzanine™, the real-life version designed for businesses to collaborate across multi-user, multi-screen environments. Watch the video below.
In just three years, the pencil and notebook gave way to the smartphone, tablet, and other personal devices when it comes to workplace meetings. This infographic shows how much what we bring into our meetings changed between 2012 and 2015, and makes a compelling case for technology-enabled meeting spaces.
Millennials are now one-third of the U.S. workforce. That makes them the largest generation at work, and probably one of the most prominent segments of your workforce. In this infographic, discover the kind of meetings they prefer, including the technology, meeting size, and meeting type.
Workplace meetings are better when people come prepared, and the room technology is also ready to go. In this infographic sheet, Mersive has taken the results of one of its surveys and created five suggestions for improving your meetings.
Productivity and meetings should go hand-in-hand but a new survey reveals that is not the case. Seventy-two percent of meeting-goers reported they felt half or less than half of their business meetings are productive.
Mersive conducted an online survey, which profiles responses from 500 respondents regarding workplace meeting culture. The results detail how often meetings occur, how meetings are conducted, and how productive they are, as well as the role of technology in meeting rooms.
In this video case study, see how Broward College created an active learning classroom with edge-blending projection and BYOD technology.
Solstice-specific discussion starts at 19:25 of the video.
During this webinar, Michelle Rydell of Epson shows what’s possible in the corporate meeting room or huddle space with Epson’s BrightLink Pro interactive whiteboard solution. She’ll look at its features, including annotation, content sharing, and the ability to integrate with Polycom video conferencing.
Brian Phillips of Polycom follows with an overview of solutions that make it easy to join video calls and share content from your mobile device. He looks at a variety of collaboration tools, including Polycom RealPresence Group and audio technologies like NoiseBlock and Acoustic Fence, content sharing. simplified meeting control systems, native Skype for Business integration.
This executive summary addresses the insights from a live presentation and discussion by Frost & Sullivan and AVI-SPL on Sept. 29, 2016. AVI-SPL’s senior vice president of service operations and senior vice president of UCC and service solutions share their knowledge of collaboration in the enterprise and offer:
- Industry insights into what is replacing hardware-based video conferencing infrastructure
- Best practices for improving unified collaboration in your company
- How AVI-SPL creates the right user experience for your workforce
- Statistics that show how technology is changing the workplace
I encourage you take action to improve your workplace and personal work experience and read “Improve Your Collaborative Workflows and Business Outcomes” >
Read time: approx. 8 minutes
See how universities are using Christie interactive displays and projectors to help students experiment, create, and play. You’ll also get a look at university installations where Christie MicroTiles are being used by schools to improve the learning process and showcase student achievement. This webinar covers:
- Christie’s lineup of projectors and displays
- Different types of projector illumination sources and where they work best
- Video walls that enhance the student experience
- Displays for different environments
- 3D virtual reality installations
Get the recording for “Display Technologies That Engage Students in Higher Education” >
See how the Haivision Media Platform empowers students and faculty at the University of Toledo Interprofessional Immersive Simulation Center (IISC) to record numerous video sources at the same time and review training sessions and simulations.