What is a webcast?
A webcast is a live broadcast (including audio) via the Internet directly into your browser.
We will show you a presentation, and we can transmit our desktop directly to your screen.
This enables us to demonstrate the software live as you are watching, and you can interact, ask questions, and have particular details shown to you.
Private 1-on-1 webcasts
We often do private 1-on-1 demonstrations via the web for interested prospects to discuss how this technology might come into use in their projects. If you would like us to set-up such an event for you and your team, please contact us.
Public webcasts on AnyBody-related topics are regularly hosted by AnyBody Technology. The webcasts typically address concluded research projects, ongoing research, introduction to partnering technologies, or instructions on how to use and benefit from the AnyBody Modeling Systemâ„¢.
See the list of live webcasts in the navigation menu.
Notice that you need a PC with a speaker and an internet browser to participate.
Both the audio and the presentation are transmitted via IP/the internet.
Questions can be asked during the webcast and after the webcast in the Q&A session via chat.
AnyBody webcasts are powered by WebEx