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“Our previous computer and tech supply company was renting us old and dilapidated equipment with mediocre service. With their exceptional customer service and high-quality equipment, Meeting Tomorrow has made World Dairy Expo a customer for life!”
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The Meeting Owl Pro is an easy-to-use device that combines a 360-degree camera, mic, and speaker. It creates the experience of in-person participation for hybrid teams and integrates seamlessly with most conferencing platforms.
In addition to one Meeting Owl Pro, our hybrid meeting package includes a laptop with the Owl drivers and your preferred meeting software installed (for example, Zoom or GoToMeeting.) We also provide a 6-foot HDMI cable for optionally connecting the laptop to a large monitor. We are also happy to provide you a monitor, if needed — just reach out to discuss all your options.
The benefit to using a TV or large monitor is that your attendees sitting around the table can easily look up at a large screen displaying your at-home participants. If you don’t use a monitor, they will only be able to see at-home participants on a laptop screen. This may be fine for some uses! But a monitor adds extra visibility.
Yes. The Meeting Owl is very easy to set-up and use, and doesn’t require special technical knowledge. If you do run into any issues at any point, we have 24/7 event support specialists on-call to help.
No. The Owl’s software uses its own mics to locate the person speaking and cancel echo. External mics and speakers may cause audio feedback and poor camera tracking.
Yes. Two owls can be placed up to 8’ apart and paired to extend the range. A person must be within 8’ of any Owl for reliable camera tracking, but the Owl will still pick up audio up to 18’ from any Owl. Feel free to reach out to us about renting two Meeting Owl pros.
No. The Owl has threads and can be placed on a tripod in the middle of a group of seated people.