Teleris Takes Another Step in Creating the "Natural" Telepresence Experience
In a recent article there was discussion to the many creative aspects mcessary to helping drive the teepresence experience. As Wainhouse Research have pointed out in their well documented white paper, three things need to be present for Telepresence to be truly valuable. They are the expereince must seem natural (the lifelike hd video, is a big step), this Teliris technology is another major step in meeting criteria #1. Second, telepresence must have the audio and video be synchonized and finally, (three) it must be simple to set up.
The people at Teliris have thrown some interesting info here:
Over the past three months (that would be Q3) meetings increased by 20-25% (Teliris also manages the service, so they have insight into these data).
The average use of the system at Teliris' customers is an impressive 125 hr/mo, or 6 hr/day (for comparison: the average use of videoconferencing is 10.5 hr/mo).
Check out this 8 minute YouTube video (embedded below) done by Marc and available on his blog too (the last minute or so is the coolest!). He demos the Teliris InterACT TouchTable ("no, this is not the Microsoft surface table"). Really amazing to see how he pushes a document across the ocean. (Adapted from http://telcommunicator.blogspot.com/)
View, this video below. You will be amazed as Teliris CEO Marc Trachtenberg, literally pushes a video from New York City across the "table" to a colleague in London.