Video Quality and Interoperability across Videophones Today and in the Future

A session at 51st Biennial National Association of the Deaf (NAD) Conference

Wednesday 4th July, 2012

10:30am to 12:00pm (CST)

Access to high-quality video calls should not be rocket science. But at present, getting the best quality can be an exercise in frustration for many users. Sometimes two videophones do not even connect to each other – they are not interoperable. We explore how and why video call problems happen and what can be done to improve video quality. We also explore the big changes that are coming to video calls in the near future. More and more people use mainstream video functionality, and this opens up new and exciting opportunities for interoperable video calls

Track: Equal Access Through Technology
Type: Presentation

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Norman Williams
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Christian Vogler

Director of the Technology Access Program at Gallaudet University bio from Twitter

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Time 10:30am12:00pm CST

Date Wed 4th July 2012

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