Cisco Frees Up Video Conferencing Presenters to Move Around

The vendor’s new PresenterTrack technology includes a camera at the back of the room that can follow people as they pace while they present.

Story by Jeffrey Burt, eWeek

Cisco Systems officials are introducing technology designed to give speakers on video conferences more freedom to move around while presenting.

The company on May 9 unveiled PresenterTrack, a combination of a camera positioned at the back of the room and face-detection and image-processing software that enables the camera to automatically find and follow presenters as they move around at the front of the room. PresenterTrack allows people who are speaking during video conferences to move about more naturally while presenting, said Ross Daniels, senior director and Collaboration Marketing leader at Cisco.

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