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It seemed as though every exhibitor on the InfoComm 2016 show floor in Las Vegas had some sort of solution or product aimed at enhancing collaboration, whether it be in the workplace, in educational settings or even control rooms.
Among these solutions was Oblong‘s Mezzanine, a powerful collaboration solution that turns an entire whole room into a digital workspace. As of this year, the collaboration screens can be built up to two by three screens to increase collaboration even further, while in-room “corkboard” screens can be built out to offer more digital space in meeting rooms.
Prysm also introduced its visual workplace solutions, powered by its Synthesis software. These solutions offer customers the ability to customize the collaboration experience by enabling users to send any piece of content to a Prysm display, reposition, resize, and rearrange the content as the user sees fit.
InFocus showed off a new version of its collaborative visualization software, Jupiter Canvas 5.0, designed to deliver real-time video, data, and application screens from across the enterprise to display walls, smartphones, tablets, PCs and conference room systems including InFocus Jupiter Canvas Touch and CRS 4K systems.
These are just a few examples of the various collaboration solutions unveiled at InfoComm 2016. Check out this slideshow to view the full range of collaboration solutions showcased at this year’s show.
This article was originally published by our content partner Corporate TechDecisions.
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