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Mercedes-Benz Viano Vision Diamond is Ready to Videoconference in Style
April 23, 2012 | David S. Maldow, Esq.
Concerned about the risk of videoconferencing while driving? No need to worry, this is a chauffeured vehicle. The video screen is on the privacy panel behind the driver, so passengers can safely video chat while relax back with the automatic Champagne cooler and the heated massage chairs.
I don't think "highway VC" is necessarily the next big frontier in videoconferencing, but it certainly is part of the current "anywhere, anytime" trend. The point isn't that we desperately need videoconferencing specifically in cars, the point is that videoconferencing can and should be available beyond the meeting room, if not everywhere. Having a 40" screen in your car may still be a little out there, but if you do have one, why wouldn't you want videoconferencing on it?
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