7 May 1997 WebPresent: a World Wide Web-based telepresentation tool for physicians
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In this paper, we present the design architecture and the implementation status of WebPresent - a world wide web based tele-presentation tool. This tool allows a physician to use a conference server workstation and make a presentation of patient cases to a geographically distributed audience. The audience consists of other physicians collaborating on patients' health care management and physicians participating in continuing medical education. These physicians are at several locations with networks of different bandwidth and capabilities connecting them. Audiences also receive the patient case information on different computers ranging form high-end display workstations to laptops with low-resolution displays. WebPresent is a scalable networked multimedia tool which supports the presentation of hypertext, images, audio, video, and a white-board to remote physicians with hospital Intranet access. WebPresent allows the audience to receive customized information. The data received can differ in resolution and bandwidth, depending on the availability of resources such as display resolution and network bandwidth.
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Srihari Sampath-Kumar, Srihari Sampath-Kumar, Anindo Banerjea, Anindo Banerjea, Mehran Moshfeghi, Mehran Moshfeghi, } "WebPresent: a World Wide Web-based telepresentation tool for physicians", Proc. SPIE 3031, Medical Imaging 1997: Image Display, (7 May 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.273927; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.273927


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