In this video, we demonstrate how to make your Mimo Vue HD wireless! The Mimo Vue is a 1280×800 resolution USB 2.0 touch screen. When paired with the USB2Air, wireless USB 2.0 extension system, we can make a wireless USB 2 touch screen. The Mimo Vue HD touch screen is being used for video conferencing deployments often as a touch screen control surface for a PC-Based “Soft Client” video conferencing system. The ability to make the Mimo Vue HD wireless allows users to have a USB 2.0 touch screen with video and annotation (touch screen) capabilities without having to wire the table or space for USB 2.0 connectivity.
As pictured, you can see our touch screen dashboard allowing users to wirelessly launch various video conferencing software applications including: Bluejeans, GoToMeeting, WebEX, Microsoft Teams, Skype, Skype for Business, WebEX and Zoom. The ability to make this Mimo Vue HD wireless all comes from the low latency wireless USB extension system that the USB2Air provides. As you can see, there is a bandwidth chart which explains the limitations of the USB2Air.
We briefly mentioned the real-world applications, as shown above, are really about USB-based audio visual installations projects. When you need a USB 2.0 touch screen at your table but the “soft client” PC-Based video conferencing system is installed behind your television or at your display there can be a cabling issue. Some Professional audio visual integration companies will provide core-holes and cable walkway paths but these are much more expensive and time consuming to install then the USB2Air.
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