27 Jun HD-Stream: Viewing Multiple Live Streams at a Central Lab
SCENARIO: A hospital has a central lab, as well as a number of remote satellite labs. The hospital can simply include an HD-Stream box at each of its satellite locations to stream live and secure HD images directly to the central lab for immediate collaboration on their frozen sections, FNAs, gram stains, cytopathology samples, and more.
Because each HD-Stream box has a unique IP address, a remote viewer (the central lab) can see the incoming live streams from the satellite labs simultaneously. This is accomplished by opening a separate VLC viewing window for each incoming stream. Multiple streams can even be viewed simultaneously on a single monitor by resizing the viewing windows or by sending each stream to its own monitor.
HD-Stream enables a central lab to view multiple streams from satellite labs simultaneously on a single monitor or multiple monitors.