Digital Design and Student Learning Through Videoconference Collaboration
Source: University of Adelaide
The technical equipment involved in the set up included 2 Sony EVI-D70 cameras, a tripod and a Sony Bravia X Series 46" LCD Screen mounted to the studio wall. The software used was intended to be simple and low cost. The choice of AIM was based on the successful tests completed between Pihlak and Bruton during late 2006. Bruton tested many software packages to find a satisfactory way of sharing a desktop between the Macintosh computer using their latest Operating System (OSX) at Penn State University and the Windows PC using the XP operating system at Adelaide University. The final compromise was the desktop sharing software called TightVNC viewer.