PAX-it! Videoconferencing System
The PAX-it Realtime Videoconferencing tools are offered as an optional
add-on module to the base PAX-it capture unit. PAX-it RealTime is a telemicroscopy
solution that sends a live video view from your microscope's camera while
connected in a face-to-face videoconference with another site. PAX-it
Realtime has proven itself as an invaluable tool for Quality Control labs
and in Telepathology applications.
PAX-it Realtime can use a single ISDN line up to a full T1 line or a H.323
network connection with addressable IP to send a live video view from your
microscope's camera. High resolution still shots can be sent anywhere in
the world in as little as 10 seconds, and whiteboarding on the images is
supported. The PAX-it database allows all videoconferencing materials to
be archived at both sites.
For more information, call Capra at (508) 650-9700
- Establishes face to face videoconferecing consultation with person
at remote site, using ISDN to T1 lines or network connections.
- Shares microscopic views on computer monitor in real time, for view
of sample moving on stage.
- Uses interactive pointer tools during consultation to select areas
of interest on live image.
- Sends 24-bit high resolution still images between sites for discussion.
- Shares previously captured images from PAX-it archiving database
- Establishes a "videoconference folder" archive of all images sent
- Sends boxes, circles and arrows for pointing out features; annotation
appears on shared images at both sites.
- Circles and arrows can be custom sized and colored, for distinguishing
site of origin.
- Easy to use interface and phone book.
- Voice discussion is not interrupted during image transmission.
- Voice transmission does not require additional phone set.
- All standard PAX-it features are available for use on stored images,
for annotation, report generation, constructing plates, or cut & pasted
composites, slide show style presentations, and more.
- Standard Windows 9x or Windows NT application, no 'black box' computers
or specialized operating systems required.
Telephone: (508) 650-9700