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Telepresence for the Facebook Masses
February 28, 2011 | Kendal Kirby
As if big boys Cisco and Hewlett Packard didn't have enough to worry about, selling companies on high-end telepresence, then price cutting each other, an attack is heading from below. Target: the rest of the company away from the executive suite, plus their personal lives. Price (this is going to hurt): Free.
The company is called SocialEyes (get it?), and like the bigger telepresence companies aims to create video environments for multiple people at the same time. The conventional method is to put them in rooms; SocialEyes uses individual Web cams and assembles the group on the screen. Think "Brady Bunch" intro, up to six screens at a time. Add big Facebook plugin for viral buzz compliance.
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