Sunday, November 15, 2009
Free group video conference calls
I use Skype quite often for video calling, but you can't do a group video conference call unless you use some type of 3rd party application. I'm eagerly awaiting the day when Skype will offer group video conferencing.
Over the weekend, I had a chance to do some video conference calls using TokBox. This is a free service and I had 6 videos simultaneously showing on my monitor. As the Internet continues to revolutionize the way we communicate, these tools and resources could also dramatically impact the delivery of remote health care (telehealth or telemedicine).
Next time, I plan to try MeBeam and ooVoo for group video conference calling.
Labels: remote health, remote health care, Skype, telehealth, telemedicine, Voice over IP, VoIP
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