The Case Western Reserve University videoconferencing project is designed to enhance university communications by enabling videoconferencing technology on the desktop, in conference rooms and classrooms throughout the campus.
Videoconferencing is the transmission of synchronized video and audio between two or more locations. The conference simulates 'face-to-face' communication between two or more participants. This is accomplished through the use of cameras, video displays, microphones and speakers at each location.
For more information see videoconferencing types.