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  • MGSsancho - Sunday, January 22, 2012 - link

    Not sure if that would work. Anyways things like Intels on cpu dsp for this trans-coding stuff would almost be necessary. now if it were legally possible to tap GPUs for this kind of stuff ~
  • pixelstuff - Monday, January 23, 2012 - link

    I guess if you are using the TV as a switcher/reciever then you might have trouble using the camera as an always-on overlay for all content. However, if you are using the TV just as a monitor with all content coming through a receiver/scaller, then the overlay should work great. Reply
  • eggyhead - Tuesday, January 24, 2012 - link

    Will vidyopanorama come to the SGS2 vidyomobile client? Reply
  • Impulses - Tuesday, January 24, 2012 - link

    A solution looking for a market imo... Video conferencing away from the PC is still rare (a good majority of my friends and family don't even have smartphones with ffc), but even if it becomes ubiquitous I think people would rather pause their TV (or not) and take the call on their tablet/phone.

    If I'm watching TV I don't wanna get interrupted by video chat prompts, and I'm definitely not gonna go sit in front of the TV with the express purpose of video conferencing. It might be fine once in a blue moon if the whole family wants to say hello put something but otherwise I don't see it...
  • Dug - Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - link

    This is aimed at businesses, which do video conferencing all the time. And compared to Polycom, this is very cheap. But the Polycom system does work very well, especially in large rooms with a lot of people. Reply
  • FUFU - Friday, August 09, 2013 - link

    CUMeeting web-based video conferencing software is also supports HD video conference. Reply

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