Polycom funky-butt Java technology-enabled phone

Polycom (makers of those funky-butt conference phones) came up with the QSX phone which adds remote computer content sharing using Java technology on the remote side.

See:

Polycom funky-butt conference phone gets Java-enabled

Here's a quote:

   Participants see content in 
   one of two ways: QSX-enabled 
   rooms see the content 
   automatically though the 
   room’s projector or display; 
   locations without QSX can see 
   the content through a standard, 
   Java-enabled web browser.
So, I'm guessing you bring up a Java applet on the remote location to see the same display transmitted over the Web.

Hey... Doesn't the Polycom conference phone look like one of those funky-butt spaceships from War of the Worlds? Coincidence...? I think NOT! ;-)

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