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[ecf-dev] Virtual Conferences
- From: Dann Martens <dann@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 11:02:13 +0200
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As it would seem that setting up a teleconference with screen sharing
isn't that straightforward, are there any other technologies we can
consider to make things easier?
I was recently invited to participate in a Spime design workshop in
Second Life, organized by WideTag Inc., and that went better than I
The workshop was held on the Cisco island and presentations were given
(screenshots in attachment).
The drawback here is possibly the requirements of your graphical system.
I admit, my laptop is an IBM Lenovo Z61p, which is intended for CAD
applications. They do support the three platforms.
Skype itself does support screen sharing:
http://www.skype.com/allfeatures/screensharing/, but it only works for
Windows and Mac OS/X.
Are there any other alternatives, we might consider?