Apr 22 2020 02:17 AM
Apr 22 2020 02:27 AM - edited Apr 22 2020 02:29 AMSolution
Apr 22 2020 02:45 AM
@Nowell365 Okay, checkout this device from RealWear. Could be something for you that is designed for what you want to do.
Apr 22 2020 03:03 AM
@Linus Cansby Looks really good and would probably be perfect for what we need although I don't think it's fully available yet in the UK and probably a bit more than we were looking to pay as we're probably going to need a few worldwide.
I'm sure there must be loads of companies wanting to do what we're planning at the moment.
Apr 22 2020 05:19 AM
@Nowell365 It is available, 2500 USD. To get Teams you have to sign up in their preview program.
Add 1000 USD extra and you get a Hololens as Steven suggested.
Also think about how much a own solution can cost in time, it might when you test it out and then some engineer is going to use it there some problem and you have to fix that first.
Jun 02 2020 06:10 AM
Yes, it is possible.
First, you need to convert your GoPro to a webcam using a device called a capture card and a Micro HDMI to HDMI cable or Mini HDMI to HDMI (if you have a Hero4).
Make sure you have a GoPro with an HDMI port. Hero4 Black, Hero4 Silver, Hero5, Hero6, Hero7 Black, and Hero8 Black should work, actually any camera with an HDMI port will work (The GoPro Media Mod is needed for the Hero8).
The setup is straight-forward since it is all plug and play.
Once you connect everything, you need to set up your GoPro as the source for the video and audio, or only for the video, as you like.
Click your profile picture at the top of Teams, then Settings > Devices.
Under Audio devices, pick the speaker and mic you want Teams to use by default.
Under Camera, select the capture card, and you will see a preview of the GoPro's video.
Here's a detailed guide on how to do the setup with a recommendation on which capture card to use.
Jul 29 2020 11:26 AM
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