Casper™ Cloaking Technology

Casper™ Cloaking Technology by Designtex is an architectural film for glass walls that obscures digital screens to outside view. It acts as a smart shield to ensure data privacy, while providing the peace of mind to collaborate freely in any working environment. This is a breakthrough that will unleash space design in the networked modern world. Casper™ is the only cloaking technology of its kind anywhere. You have to see it to believe it.

Privacy as Standard.

It’s the perfect confidentiality cloak, obscuring only the light transmitted by large LED displays.

Anyone looking into the room from the outside sees just a black screen, while everyone in the room can work freely with peace of mind.

LED displays filter specific light oscillations.

By selectively filtering them again, Casper™ renders the display light invisible.

Promo Video

Casper Cloaking Technology Promo Video from Protective Film Solutions EU on Vimeo.

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Remote Monitoring License Key TC 7.3.3 and CE8.0

Remote Monitoring

This feature was previously known as Web Snapshots and can no longer be enabled from system settings in TC7.3.3

A new option key that enables the Remote Monitoring feature has been introduced. This feature allows an administrator to monitor a room from the endpoint’s web interface by getting snapshots from the camera sources connected to the endpoint. The user interface screenshots feature also requires  this option key to be installed.

Remote monitoring is enabled once the option key has been added and the system has been rebooted. Once this feature is enabled, the only way to disable it is to remove the option key. This feature does not display warning messages or indicators on the local system that someone is monitoring the room, as it did in previous versions. The option key comes at an additional cost on 100 USD GPL, and can be ordered with the following PID numbers. Screen shut from CCW.

GPL License RMF

New TC7.3 is out

New features:
• Bring SX80, MX700/800 up to parity of C-Series in terms of features for easy adaptation
• Web snapshots: Warn user when snapshots are being taken
• SX80: Dual presentation outside call
• Faster software upgrade from web
• SX20 new OSD for passive mode (when using Touch)
• SpeakerTrack 60: Snap to whiteboard.
• Historical log bundles will include (anonymized) call history by default.
Bug fixes

• Fix for the POODLE Vulnerability (CSCur23723)
• Touch 8 may drop the endpoint network pairing (CSCup89614)
• Need command to disable CDP (CSCub26258)

Please read the release notes and download it her.

New endpoint software is out now (TC7.2.0)


New features and functionality in TC7.2.0
  • Support for Touch 10″ network pairing for all new endpoints
  • Improved failover support for endpoints registered through Collaboration Edge
  • Intelligent Proximity with slide change detection on MX200 G2, MX300 G2 and SX20
  • Added new provisioning parameters that can be provisioned from CUCM (10.5)
  • Briefing room mode for specific room setups
  • Improved language support for SX10 in active mode
  • Collaboration Edge provisioning option added to the setup assistant of SX10
  • OSD and touch panel screenshots can be captured from the web interface
  • xStatus Video Output will print EDID information about the display

Release notes and download from CCO.

New feature descriptions TC7.1.2

Support for MX700

TC7.1.2 introduces support for the MX700 product.


Support for MX800

TC7.1.2 introduces support for the MX800 product.


BYOD mode reintroduced as experimental on EX, MX G1 and C series

BYOD Mode as an experimental configuration for EX, MX G1 and C series was removed from the TC7.1 release. This was due to performance limitations on those platforms. As the removal raised concerns that this would limit our abilities to demonstrate the value of this feature, we have decided to reintroduce the experimental BYOD mode configuration for the above products in TC7.1.2.



This is an unsupported feature that will not see further development and bug fixing on the EX, MX G1 and C series platforms. This means that there will not be any TAC support for the feature itself, and TAC will request customers to turn off BYOD mode for problem resolution on other issues.





Software is now ready to download on CCO.