Draper Introduces Video Conferencing Backgrounds

With shrinking travel budgets, increasing awareness of the environmental impact of travel and the fast pace of today's business world, video conferencing has become a much more important part of doing business.

With shrinking travel budgets, increasing awareness of the environmental impact of travel and the fast pace of today's business world, video conferencing has become a much more important part of doing business. During InfoComm 2013, Draper will be showing off three unique types of backgrounds to bring your video conferencing to life, help you communicate more effectively and set your content apart.


Draper's neutral backgrounds come in six muted earth tones, and eliminate distractions, help prevent unwanted interference, control room lighting and ensure a consistent corporate image.

Custom printed backgrounds convey a brand message, give your telepresence an air of professionalism, or even communicate more clearly between different branch offices. Printed backgrounds can contain custom artwork, photographs, corporate logos and more.

Video conferencing often benefits from the ability to change background images or show live action video footage. Draper's Chroma Key Backgrounds, typically referred to as "blue screen" or "green screen" technology, make it easy. With Draper's Chroma Key Backgrounds your video conferencing will never be static or lifeless again.

Draper's Video Conferencing Backgrounds are motorized, manual or fixed, and can be ceiling-recessed, wall mounted or portable. For more information on video conferencing backgrounds and other products in Draper's new telepresence line, stop by booth 2531 at InfoComm, June 12-14 in Orlando, or visit www.draperinc.com/VideoConferencing/index.asp.

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