I wonder if they will be making any of those cameras that automatically turn and focus on the person talking. My job was looking into purchasing one of those for a video conferencing needs. It makes sense for HP to spin off this type of business and simply license and make special deals with them when selling them off.
@omegadraco - I'm not familiar with videoconferencing technology, but I like the idea of cameras automatically turning and focusing on the person talking. It would also be cool if the camera could zoom-in to the person talking, especially when that person is giving a long speech and then zoom-out after he finishes.
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That thing looks like something that belongs in an adult toy store :P
Hey Omegas :P lol, Don't we already have those type of cameras? it will just need to be integrated into the system :)
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@inspector yes I was referring to a camera design that already exists I was mearly curious if this new deal will be producing any of them.
@omegadraco - Yes, the HP technology enables that type of functionality (auto-focus on the person who's talking). I'm an HP employee and have experienced it myself... works great!
Thanks TArnold I will be looking for these cameras soon :) We are running Microsoft Lync at work and are looking at having some meetings through video conferencing
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