Watch this video to learn about the technology behind the Google+ break out feature called Hangouts.
Image the many useful things you can do with a live video streaming through your mobile device.
When you use a Google+ Hangout (the feature over to the right side of Google+ that lets you do a videoconference with up to nine other people) you are using video technology developed by http://vidyo.com
Here I meet the CEO, who shows me what they've been working on lately: even higher quality video telepresence services. Then we end up doing a Google Hangout so you can see the quality difference. Funny enough showed up there.
Enterprises who are trying to use videoconferencing at work should check this out.
- The Wolfington CompaniesEntrepreneur, present
Sean Wolfington, chairman and CEO of The Wolfington Companies, is a financier and entrepreneur with businesses in the marketing, technology, real estate and film industries. At the age of 34 Wolfington was a finalist in Ernst & Young’s “Entrepreneur of the Year Award” which was won by Wayne Huizenga, founder of Blockbuster and Autonation, the previous year. Wolfington was also named the 2010 “Entrepreneur of Year” by Haute Living magazine.
Wolfington currently owns interests in a group of technology and marketing companies in the entertainment, technology and automotive industry. These companies include the One Media, Level 5 Advertising, Tier 10 Marketing, the Automotive Advertising Network, Team Velocity, Car-mercial, Call Revu, the American Dream Network, DealerAppVantage and Vin Solutions, the 33rd fastest growing technology company on the Inc 500 list, where Wolfington served as the Chairman of the Board.
Wolfington founded some of the most successful marketing and consulting companies in the automotive industry – Automark and Cyber Car (sold to Reynolds and Reynolds in 2001) and BZ Results (sold to ADP in 2006). BZ Results was recognized as the “Innovative Company of the Year” for pioneering digital marketing in the automotive industry and enabling billions of dollars of retail sales over the Internet.
Wolfington’s companies have worked with 14 automotive, 76 of the top 100 dealer groups and over 4,000 retailers in 18 countries. Wolfington’s current clients include automotive manufacturers, associations and retailers along with global brands, media companies, films and international musicians. Beyond automotive, the company has successfully marketed feature films Bella, Narnia, Blind Side, Charlottes Web, and architected the entire digital marketing strategy for Grammy Award-winning musician Shakira, the producer of the most viewed YouTube video in history with 340 million views.
Wolfington also owns a film production company, the One Media, which produced three major motion pictures: “Self-Medicated”, the most award winning film of 2006 (38 awards), “The MightyMacs” and “Bella”. “Bella”, a film that Wolfington financed, produced and distributed, won the largest festival in the world (Toronto International Film Festival) and was the #1 Top Rated Film in 2007 by the largest film review site in the world (www.RottenTomatoes.com. “Bella” was also the #1 top rated film by the people on Yahoo, Fandango and the New York Times Readers poll during its theatrical release and was the #1 grossing film of 2006 in its category.
Wolfington is the chairman of The Wolfington Charitable Foundation which actively supports charities that serve the poor, support positive causes and defend the defenseless. In 2008, Wolfington was honored with the President’s Service Award for his work to serve others and received the Legacy Award from the National Council for Adoption.
Wolfington resides on the island of Key Biscayne, Florida with his wife Ana and their four children.