The World’s Center-Screen Webcam Releases Latest Version
Upgrades produce a stronger picture and crisper sound
OREM, Utah, April 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Center Cam, the webcam on a mission to create better human connections online, which has become a huge hit on Indiegogo with more than $2 million raised, is delighted to announce the release of its latest updated version.
Central cam is the world’s center-screen webcam, delivering deeper human connection through its eye-to-eye™ HD camera technology. This latest version offers a higher quality picture, a longer flexible tube for bottom-up camera positioning, and improved sound.
“In a perfect world, you can buy whatever chip you want, configure it however you want, the process takes a few weeks, and everyone leaves work at 5 p.m.. The reality is that between the current pandemic and the chipset related delays, we’ve had to take a more “ready to shoot” approach based on what’s available in the chip market and what we can offer in a way timely. The latest version represents the improvements we’ve been asking for all along, including better white balance, improved mic, passive thermal sync, and some higher-tier spec improvements that our tech-savvy supporters have suggested,” mentioned Ian Fosterinventor and CEO of Center Cam.
Foster saw the need for a solution to a growing problem as COVID-19 began to take hold in 2020. After interning as a counselor at the time, Ian and his team transitioned to remote counseling using video conferencing technology. There was a problem, however: Ian couldn’t keep the teenagers’ attention because eye contact was lost, causing him frustration and a loss of rapport and engagement with his clients.
Most webcams are placed at the top of the screen, which means we have to look into the lens to make people feel like we’re looking at them. It also means that while doing so, we can’t see the people we’re talking to, which leads to a game of webcam ping-pong, looking up and down, up and down. We’ve all been there and know how boring it can be! As the pandemic developed, Ian set out to develop prototypes, eventually launching the first iteration of Center Cam.
“So much has changed in the past 2 years. It feels like we are coming out of the pandemic game, but so much will never be the same. Remote work is here to stay, and it’s not a bad thing. Imagine how much extra time the kids will have if parents don’t spend 30-60 minutes a day on the road? Now we need to find a way to make video conferencing more dynamic so we don’t lose the magic and l “energy of in-person settings. The importance of being able to look at each other, to communicate with direct eye contact, is so critical that we are finding a new way to maintain old social norms,” said Foster.
Smaller than a dime, this upgraded version of Center Cam is fully adjustable, with a flexible tube and built-in screen edge clip for center screen positioning, so you can easily view your camera. It’s an innovative solution that allows you to maintain an authentic human connection, even in the least engaging of circumstances. Most experts agree that the majority of communication, somewhere around 90%, is non-verbal. This is another important problem that the improved Center Cam solves, allowing you to consistently monitor all communications in the new virtual world.
Center Cam has applications, not only for personal use, but also for business, healthcare, education, sales, training and much more.
Click on here for more information and details on purchasing Center Cam.
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