3D video calling via Ozeki's precision-engineered software is now possible through the Internet. The scene is set for companies, VoIP telephone providers and other online visual services to apply this technology for their customers. They may even offer the 3D video call service for free.
The new technology has the potential to transform visual industries such as sport broadcasting, product shows, on-line conferencing and many others.
With the Ozeki software, a 3D video call can be initiated from any Windows PC, only two ordinary USB webcams and the Cyan/Magenta 3D glasses are needed. 3D video calls are made and viewed on a PC but they can also be viewed from any Web Browser or even a mobile phone. A huge advantage of the system is that the 3D video and the audio can be simultaneously seen and heard live in more than one browser, reaching a wide audience. This increases the usability of the system across many fields, especially broadcasting sport events and product shows.
VoIP providers only need the Ozeki Phone System XE software and a Windows server to carry out immersive 3D video calls and video broadcasts. Based on this new technology, more enterprises will no-doubt follow suit with such innovative ideas and breath-taking services that cannot be imagined in the world of 2D video calls today.
Ozeki Phone System XE can be freely downloaded from http://www.ozekiphone.com.
Further information about 3D VoIP video calls can be found at http://www.ozekiphone.com/3d.
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