Study after study has shown that meetings that include a 3D sense-of-presence are more engaging, more personal, more productive and more fun than any passive 2D experience. When attendees have the ability to choose where they want to look, set their own focus and visually see when they have the attention of others, both interest and retention increase by as much as 30%. Venuegen is more scalable than 2D video conferencing which only supports five to six users reliably. Venuegen's content management architecture avoids many of the limitations of desk-top-sharing. Why would anyone choose legacy 2D technologies when they can have the benefits of 3D for about the same cost?