Let’s face it, nobody in your video call can see the content you’re discussing on the whiteboard. If they could, they wouldn’t be yawning right now. Even worse, Michelle is discussing important matters with Oliver in the room, and the only thing people can see on the far side is the back of her head! The single camera in the front of the room just isn’t cutting it, and your room is way too big for just one camera anyway. What you really need is two cameras working together. With current video conferencing systems, it can be difficult to garner true engagement and human collaboration in larger rooms. Inevitably, in large spaces, many participants are left out.

The new Cascading feature on EagleEye Director II allows two tracking camera systems to connect to one another and intelligently determine which camera has the best view of the person speaking, regardless of where they are in the room. For example, imagine a virtual classroom where it’s important to see both the teacher as well as your on-site classmates when they ask questions. With Cascading, you’ll always be in the loop.

Now video can be deployed in larger rooms, rooms that require multiple angles for video, and even larger assembly spaces or classrooms. That’s right—your video calls no longer need to be stuck to the front of the room. Watch this quick video to see the power of Cascading Mode in action!

For more information, visit the EagleEye Director II Product Page

Cascading Mode

Two Eagle Eye Director IIs can now connect in Cascading Mode