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ClearOne upgrades learning spaces

ClearOne upgrades learning spaces
Unite 10

ClearOne upgrades learning spaces

Designed to enhance the ease and visual quality of online collaboration beyond the capabilities of integrated laptop and PC cameras, ClearOne has created two new cameras. Attached to a PC or laptop with a simple mounting bracket and a 1.5m USB-A cable, Unite 10 is capable of capturing five megapixel images with a field of view up to 87°. Unite 50 4K AF features Auto-Framing technology that automatically frames meeting participants to maximise screen use through intelligent image algorithms and electronic PTZ automation. Features include 4K video quality at 30Hz, auto-focus capability, 4x digital zoom, eight megapixels of total resolution and a 110° field of view. To further simplify use and enable real-time PTZ control, the camera can be operated by an IR remote when capturing multi-person meeting environments. A standard damping mount is adopted for installation and a USB 3.0 cable provides both power and video. Both the Unite 10 and Unite 50 cameras support up to 1080p video quality and incorporate autofocus when adopted for web-based conferencing applications, including ClearOne’s Collaborate Space, WebEx, Google Meet, Zoom, GoToMeeting and Microsoft Teams.

Unite 50 AF
Unite 50 AF

The Salt Lake City-based manufacturer has also made the VESA mounting option available for its beamforming microphone array ceiling tile. VESA is designed to allow pole-mount or projector-mount options for the BMA CT and the Versa BMA CTH solutions. Mounting options can be extended to non-drop, hard and angled ceilings with easy positioning at a convenient height from the floor. The VESA bracket is attached to pre-existing holes on the back of the beamforming array ceiling tile microphones before connection to a VESA -compliant, hard-ceiling mount or pole mount.



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