Teliris released new tools to enable people meeting via telepresence to pass digital objects to each other.
“Teliris, a provider of videoconferencing systems, has what it calls the first touch-surface computer and electronic whiteboard for telepresence.
Marketed as Teliris InterAct TouchTable and Teliris InterAct TouchWall, the offerings allow far-flung telepresence participants to go beyond seeing and hearing each other by letting them ‘pass’ documents or photographs to each other—as though they were physical objects.
The touch computer, similar to Microsoft’s Surface offering, is deployed horizontally or vertically, and allows presentations of documents, video, and audio to be shared across multiple locations instantaneously.”
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