Ashburn, VA (PRWEB) April 30, 2014
Array Telepresence, a high tech start-up, is introducing its revolutionary telepresence camera and image improvement processor during an open house on Friday, May 2nd from 2:00pm-6:00pm at the Hilton McLean Tysons Corner.
Array Telepresence can use any traditional videoconferencing codec such as Avaya/RADVISION, Cisco, Clear One, LifeSize, Polycom or Vidyo, and turn it into a dual screen telepresence environment for a fraction of the cost of traditional telepresence group systems.
The open house is geared towards organizations who would like to improve their videoconferencing, as well as potential resellers, system integrators, industry analysts, and the press.
Attendees will get a hands-on demonstration of the patent-pending technology drives the Array Telepresence experience. This technology, called Equal-i, dramatically improves quality-of-experience of traditional videoconferencing systems.
Equal-i, a $13,995 upgrade to any videoconferencing endpoint that will accept HDMI or Polycom HDCI Camera Inputs, affords many improvements over a standard pan-tilt zoon (ptz) camera, including:
The demonstration will be held at the Istanbul Room of the Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, located at 7920 Jones Branch Drive, McLean, VA 22102. Attendees can rsvp to rsvp(at)arraytelepresence(dot)com.
About Array Telepresence
Array Telepresence turns a traditional videoconferencing codec into a life-size telepresence environment with the addition of a 2nd display and a patent-pending image improvement camera and algorithms, known as Equal-i. Array Telepresence’s President and Founder, Herold Williams, has been at the forefront of immersive telepresence since its inception. Williams was the inventor of the TeleSuite, now called the Polycom RPX after Polycom bought the technology in 2007 from Destiny Conferencing.