Full HD video and 360 degree duplex audio, and can be connected to any HD monitor
Panasonic, a provider of Full HD 3D technology, has introduced 3D capability in its HD Visual Communications System (HDVC).
The 3D HDVC offering is expected to improve the productivity and collaboration of commercial and professional applications such as healthcare, manufacturing and education.
Panasonic’s 3D HDVC enables capturing content as well as providing an training tool for educators. HDVC enables medical procedures to be viewed and demonstrated with clarity and realism for diagnosis and teaching.
Designed with full HD video and 360 degree duplex audio, the HDVC system provides businesses and institutions with an alternative to business travel, the company said.
The Panasonic HDVC system enables for full HD images to be displayed on a HD monitors, from desktop LCDs to 152-inch class HD Plasma displays, or even projected with an HD projector.
The system also enables for multiple HD cameras to be utilised, so a second camera can zoom in and share detailed images such as solder joints, chips on printed circuit boards, manufacturing lines, or even close-up details during medical procedures.
Panasonic System Networks Company of America president Bill Taylor said Panasonic 3D HDVC offers real time collaboration and experience in video conferencing.