The task of the second SAP ME310 Team was to conceive new techniques that allow real collaboration in videoconferences. With software such as the SAP Business Objects Explorer available, the questions arises of how this immediate access to data can be used most efficiently in remote settings. Or put in another way: How can we create the feeling that participants of a video conference are really exploring data, collaboratively? The team came up with a series of prototypes, both on software and hardware level. They eventually led to the final prototype, which stands at an impressive 6'x6'x3', combines a video conference setup with a touch table, and is equipped with a software that - building on SAP newDB - combines cutting edge interaction speed with immediate data availability. The highlight, however, is a technique that captures hand movements of all participants and is able to display them on the remote side, almost as if the partners in video conference shared a single table.