CES 2005: Motorola OJO Stylish Video Phone

Posted: Jan 6 2005, 9:19am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:21pm CDT, in News | CES


CES 2005: Motorola OJO Stylish Video Phone
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Motorola announces new Video Phone OJO at CES 2005.

The Motorola Ojo Personal Videophone (Model PVP1000) transmits full-motion video (30fps) with synchronized audio over a high-speed Internet connection. No Setup: Motorola Ojo easily connects to your high-speed Internet and telephone lines and is immediately ready to send or receive calls. The elevated (eye-level), portrait-oriented LCD digital display (7”diagonal) and camera placement create an experience that is natural. During calls, the display features a small self-viewer, to see how you are positioned in front of the camera.
The integrated cordless handset can be used to make voice-only calls using either the public service telephone network (PSTN) or a voice-over-IP (VoIP) network.
For video calls, Motorola Ojo uses optimization of the advanced MPEG-4 coding standard (H.264), which enables transmission of 30 frames-per-second video with synchronized audio at data rates as low as 110 Kbps.
More details on Motorola's OJO site.

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