Announcing Polycom EagleEye Director II
Polycom, Inc., a global leader in helping organisations achieve new levels of teamwork, efficiency and productivity by unleashing the power of human collaboration, announces general availability of the newly unveiled Polycom® EagleEye™ Director II.
In today’s workplace, the majority of business meetings now include at least one participant that has dialled in over audio or video. This requires new solutions that allow employees to easily connect, see and share with colleagues in different locations. The latest EagleEye Director II camera, with advanced video production features will make your virtual meetings feel more in-person than ever.
“Today’s business leaders are experiencing a technology gap between what their workplace offers and the experience employees are looking for,” said Michael Frendo, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Engineering, Polycom. “We’re on a mission to develop collaboration solutions that close that gap and not only make you feel like you are in the same room, but are easy to use, intuitive and require no training to operate.”
The Polycom EagleEye Director II camera changes your video conferencing experience from the awkward and distant “bowling alley” view to a professionally produced video meeting when combined with Polycom Group Series video room systems. Without the need to manually adjust or to use a remote, the camera automatically zooms in on and frames the active speaker from an industry-leading 32 feet in less than three seconds, panning out when the discussion includes more than one person. A unique picture-in-picture display of the room means you see the reactions and body language of everyone in the room while you’re focused on the speaker.
The camera runs on the new Polycom® RealPresence® Group Series 6.1 release, the engine that drives Polycom’s industry-leading voice and video technology.
Poly is the global communications company that powers authentic human connection and collaboration. Face to face, we sift and sort millions of verbal and non-verbal cues to glean meaning. Poly is finding new ways to inject these cues into audio and video communication to replicate the face to face experience. To build intimacy. To break walls and span distance. To nurture the simplicity and beauty of human connection.