In many applications visual aids helps people get their point across more than spoken words. For instance, in a court room a witness may need to show where they were standing at the time of a crime, or an attorney may need to circle parts of video evidence to help the jury fully understand everything being said. A sports broadcaster may need to highlight an error an athlete made to help TV viewers fully grasp what is happening in the game. Coaches also use this same technology to review video footage with their team’s players.
At Williams AV we offer the Annotation Pro, a professional, hardware-based video processor, designed so that users can display content from video and computer sources connected directly to the Annotation Pro. Users can write annotations and mark directly on video content to help explain what is going on.
To learn more about the Annotation Pro, watch this video.