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David L Allen, Herold Williams: Teleconferencing method and system for providing face-to-face, non-animated teleconference environment. Teleport Corporation, Jacox Meckstroth & Jenkins, November 5, 1996: US05572248 (134 worldwide citation)

A method and system provides a face-to-face video conference utilizing a video mirror. The method and apparatus comprise a first station having a first predetermined sensory setting; a second station having a second predetermined sensory setting; and an imaging system for capturing an image or sub-i ...


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Stephan Wenger, Herold Williams: System and method for optimal transmission of a multitude of video pictures to one or more destinations. Polycom, Wong Cabello Lutsch Rutherford & Brucculeri, April 1, 2008: US07352809 (49 worldwide citation)

A system and method for optimal transmission of a multitude of video pictures consisting of end video encoders wherein more than one encoder is utilized. The system and method improve the image quality of a broadband image comprised of a plurality of images by generating a new bit rate encoder based ...


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David Lee Allen, Herold Williams: Teleconference method and system for providing face-to-face teleconference environment. Telesuite Corporation, Jacox Meckstroth & Jenkins, December 12, 2000: US06160573 (45 worldwide citation)

A method and system provides a face-to-face video conference utilizing a video mirror. The method and apparatus comprise a first station having a first predetermined sensory setting; a second station having a second predetermined sensory setting; and an imaging system for capturing an image or sub-i ...


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David Lee Allen, Herold Williams: Teleconferencing method and system for providing face-to-face, non-animated teleconference environment. TeleSuite Corporation, Jacox Meckstroth & Jenkins, May 12, 1998: US05751337 (37 worldwide citation)

A method and system provides a face-to-face video conference utilizing a video mirror. The method and apparatus comprise a first station having a first predetermined sensory setting; a second station having a second predetermined sensory setting; and an imaging system for capturing an image or sub-i ...


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David L Allen, Herold Williams: Teleconferencing method and system. TeleSuite Corporation, Jacox Meckstroth & Jenkins, November 25, 2003: US06654045 (19 worldwide citation)

A method and system provides a face-to-face video conference. The method and apparatus comprise a conferencing system consisting of a conferencing station defining a predetermined motif, an image system for generating a substantially full scale image of a person at the conferencing station so that p ...


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David L Allen, Herold Williams: Teleconferencing method and system. Destiny Conferencing, Jacox Meckstroth & Jenkins, October 3, 2006: US07116350 (11 worldwide citation)

A method and system provides a face-to-face video conference. The method and apparatus comprise a conferencing system consisting of a conferencing station defining a predetermined motif, an image system for generating a substantially full scale image of a person at the conferencing station so that p ...


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David L Allen, Herold Williams: Teleconferencing method and system. TeleSuite Corporation, Jacox Meckstroth & Jenkins, September 3, 2002: US06445405 (10 worldwide citation)

A method and system provides a face-to-face video conference. The method and apparatus comprise a conferencing system consisting of a conferencing station defining a predetermined motif, an image system for generating a substantially full scale image of a person at the conferencing station so that p ...


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Herold Williams: Nonlinear scaling in video conferencing. Thomas E Lees, May 30, 2017: US09667914

A method for video teleconferencing comprises receiving a starting image with a number of rows and a number of columns. The starting image is downscaled with a dual-axis warping function to create a scaled image with a number of rows fewer than the number of rows of the starting image and a number o ...


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Herold Williams: Dual-axis image equalization in video conferencing. Thomas E Lees, September 22, 2015: US09143727

A video conferencing system is provided that reduces the perspective of an image captured by a video conferencing camera. The perspective is reduced in an image by receiving a first image of a first field of view and receiving a second image of a second field of view. Moreover, the first image is eq ...


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David L Allen, Herold Williams: Teleconferencing method and system. TeleSuite Corporation, Matthew R Jenkins, Jacox Meckstroth & Jenkins, May 27, 2004: US20040100553-A1

A method and system provides a face-to-face video conference. The method and apparatus comprise a conferencing system consisting of a conferencing station defining a predetermined motif, an image system for generating a substantially full scale image of a person at the conferencing station so that p ...