With videoconference you can speak with many people at the same time and see them. *Visioconference,videoconference modulis
When three or more people at two or more sites communicate interactively. The participants can both see and hear the others.
A discussion made possible by electronic communications between two or more people in different locations. Participants view each other on screens; real-time sound and video is transmitted between locations via the network. (See the Classroom Technology Services Web site.)
A two-way electronic communications system that permits two or more persons in different locations to engage in the equivalent of face-to-face audio and video communications. At its simplest, a phone call with pictures.
a multimedia service for business users to allow participation in conferences or meetings of remote users.
Conference conducted in real-time through the use of video technology, allowing individuals to participate from separate locations; frequently used by distance education programs.
a group or a person-to-person discussion in which participants are at different locations but can see and hear each other as though they were together in one place
a live connection between individuals or groups in separate locations for the purpose of communication involving several exciting audio and video technologies
a live connection between people in separate
a meeting during which people at different sites use interactive video technology to communicate
a real-time electronic meeting through which participants in different locations can see, hear, and interact with each other
a two-way interactive event where video and audio is simultaneously transmitted to individuals at sites in different locations
One-way video, two-way audio transmission via satellite. Audio interaction usually takes place via phone call-in segments of the video program. (See also: Live Event)
Videoconferencing, where participants are at several different venues and use telecommunications for remote access, have become very popular. Simultaneous interpreting at videoconferences requires a high quality of sound and video reception, in order for the interpreters to be able to see and hear the speakers as if they were in the same room.
a conference between people in two or more locations via a two-way interactive video using telephone lines or satellite. ( back)
Interactive, audiovisual communication among three or more people at two or more sites.
Videoconference is to communicate with others using video and audio software and hardware in order to see and to hear each other.
A meeting, instructional session, or conversation between people at different locations relying on video technology as the primary communication link. Communication is 2-way audio with either 1-way or 2-way video. The term, videoconference, is sometimes used to refer to conferences via compressed video, conferences via land lines, and broadcasts via satellite. To avoid confusion, using the term or phrase which uniquely describes the communication technology is recommended.
A conference between multiple people in different locations, using video technology to communicate.
A discussion between two or more groups of people who are in different places but can see and hear each other using electronic communications. MORE Close
Use of web and video technology to hold a meeting of two or more people where video feeds of the parties to the conference are broadcast over the web.
Meeting between two or more geographically separated people who use video and computer technology and a network or the Internet to transmit audio and video data. 3.33, 5.24, 9.8