Visual Communication Fundamentals
The human face serves as a whiteboard on which all emotions can be written. A single glance tells us what we need to know. In the blink of an eye, we know whether we have the attention of those with whom we’re interacting. We can see whether or not they’re interested in what we’re saying and absorbing the information we are trying to share. It isn’t their words that tell us so much, but rather their nonverbal cues, which tell us even more than words can say.
Communication technologies that hinder this natural information gathering and processing of nonverbal cues are seriously flawed. They don’t deliver Real Telepresence, because they don’t allow eye-to-eye contact. This truly undermines communication. This is part and parcel of videoconferencing’s unfulfilled promise. DVE delivers on this promise by combining the art and science of telepresence in every videoconferencing product the company creates. It could be said that if the eyes are the windows to the soul, DVE’s videoconferencing products provide the portals. To learn more, download DVE’s white paper “What is Telepresence?”
To see DVE’s line of videoconferencing products that offer Real Telepresence, visit the Telepresence Buyer’s Guide.