Videoconferences

Video conferencing is group work technology that allows people in two or more locations to interact simultaneously through a combination of video, voice calls, file sharing, instant messaging, and co-browsing the Internet on Windows and Mac operating systems. Thanks to advances in high-speed web connectivity, video conferencing is now more widely available at a lower cost. Newer and cheaper technologies like webcam, software compression, and affordable broadband connections allow even personal users, not just business users, to enjoy video conferencing.

More importantly, video conferencing has become extremely useful in the medical field. Now it is being applied to telemedicine: it is used to help remotely diagnose patients, conduct remote consultations, and transmit medical images and other time-sensitive data, all in real time.

Peripheral applications such as microscopes with integrated digital cameras, ultrasound tools, “video endoscopes” and many other related technologies can be connected to video conferencing technology to transmit patient data. Patients who stay at home can easily access nurses and doctors, especially during medical emergencies. Video conferencing also allows medical professionals to discuss cases and consult with each other over long distances. Best of all, video conferencing allows patients in remote rural areas to get a modern diagnosis without leaving their hometowns.

Video conferencing is now also widely available in schools and other educational institutions. Students, professors and professors from all over the world can hold classes together and even broadcast these classes to isolated locations. Video conferencing has also lowered education costs, because students gain access to classes their schools can’t afford to offer within their own neighborhood for less cost.

Foreign language classes, for example, can be conducted from a remote university and transmitted to a receiving school. In some cases, video conferencing can replace field trips: Economically disadvantaged students who can’t go in person to zoos, museums, or trips to other countries can immerse themselves in the same experience through technology.

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