White House Situation Room Video ConferenceI just wanted to say a quick thank you to all of you who have pointed out Mersive’s role in the White House Situation Room setup and have been sending us pictures and video that show how it looked this weekend. We are glad to have been in a position to provide our leaders with a super high resolution, beyond HD, seamless image for their video feed. It’s always exciting to see how years of scientific research, properly productized can have real impact both in our everyday lives and in those very important moments like this weekend in the situation room. Certainly a really good example of how the highest levels of display quality, inconspicuous blend zones and correct color calibration can make all the difference when it comes to making critical decisions in a collaborative setting.  While the White House might seem like an extreme use case for large scale, high resolution displays, we believe that kind of performance is table stakes for decision making and collaboration in conference and meeting rooms in every Fortune 1000 company,  educational institution and government agency.

About Christopher Jaynes

Jaynes received his doctoral degree at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he worked on camera calibration and aerial image interpretation technologies now in use by the federal government. Jaynes received his BS degree with honors from the School of Computer Science at the University of Utah. In 2004, he founded Mersive and today serves as the company's Chief Technology Officer. Prior to Mersive, Jaynes founded the Metaverse Lab at the University of Kentucky, recognized as one of the leading laboratories for computer vision and interactive media and dedicated to research related to video surveillance, human-computer interaction, and display technologies.

1 Comment for this entry

  • Mike Kemp
    June 6th, 2011

    The convergence of interactive technologies, software analytic, and acceptance is now.
    High resolution imagery will catapult the industry, and move us well beyond projection.

    What a great time to be in technology!
    Headed for InfoComm 2011

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