Video conferencing design is reasonably simple to get right, when you have a controlled environment in a specialised Video Conferencing room. But in a more open environment most organisations are faced with a new set of challenges. Highly variable lighting and unpredictable audio “noise” are the primary problems in these environments, and it takes some careful design to ensure that audio and video clarity are not compromised.
In this video interaction, Akshay Kate (Manager – Solutions Architecture at Actis) talks about how organisations can design their video conferencing implementation in a way that ensures good performance even in variable conditions. This is achieved through the integration of intelligent lighting, directional microphones and speakers into the design.
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