[Numpy-discussion] Scipy Conference 2009 Lecture Recordings
Thu Jul 16 10:20:22 CDT 2009
I too am interested in this option, but for understandable reasons the
conference committee aren't able to organize this extra work. I had
approached them about it a month ago, but was told some committed
volunteer would need to take this on.
Since there aren't parallel sessions, a "low-tech" way to do this would
be for some conference attendee to volunteer to do this with EVO
http://evo.vrvs.org/ and a web-cam. EVO produces files that are about 1
MB/minute (although this is tunable depending on resolution and frame
rate), but because they combine multiple streams in a custom format,
they can only be played back by EVO Player (re-broadcast is fine). EVO
can also do live webcasting, chat, and screen sharing, if it is used by
the session presenter. EVO and EVO player are both free and are Java
apps that run on any platform (JNLP/web-start based).
The trickier part is figuring out how to securely distribute this (or
enable access to live webcasts), and to be sure all presenters are OK
with their work being recorded and redistributed in this way.\
The good news is that EVO is developed by a team at Caltech where the
conference is taking place.
Ian Stokes-Rees W: http://sbgrid.org
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SBGrid, Harvard Medical School F: +1 617 432-5600
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