Video Conferencing Brings Art Therapy Into Focus
John Breeden II
Published October 31, 2013 in Government Computer News
George Washington University has a robust art therapy training program, but it needed a better way to record and study the individual art therapy sessions, in which every brush stroke, color choice and design element can be a clue into a patient’s mind.
A unique use of videoconferencing equipment provided a solution. Lifesize, a division of Logitech, builds “very high-performance teleconferencing solutions, but also ones that are very simple for people to use," said Michael Helmbrecht, Lifesize’s vice president of product development. See the Report