Did a search for robotic videoconferencing this morning and TechyMike.com popped up! Ignoring that guy, I moved on and found a link to the “Temi
OK, these videos are COOL! I was the Chief Technical Office for the TeleCon conference many years ago….these videos gave me MAJOR nostalgia. Makes
How far has videoconferencing technology come in the past 25 years? Pretty far, but, it sure has taken a long time. The culture has finally
Although a rare occurrence, yesterday we lost AT&T Wireless service to our cell phones. This made me think about diversity of communications in the home.
I started seeing robotic video conferencing devices appear around 2010. I wrote a few blogs on the HeadThere Giraffe, AnyBots, and VGo (see my blog
Way back in the Dark Ages (1996) I wrote about the path I thought video conferencing needed to go to become ubiquitous: Videoconferencing technology needed
In the old days, we (ESnet, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) used to visit Polycom HQ (when they were in Pleasanton, CA) to either: Get an