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Learning Glass

For an online lecture to be engaging and interesting there are a lot of techniques which may be used to keep the viewer awake. Simple voice-overs of Powerpoints are generally thought to be about as boring as it gets.

One of the most recent and interesting approaches we’ve seen is called the “Learning Glass“, a device created by a physics professor at San Diego State University.

This approach allows clear, interactive viewing of the whiteboard/blackboard while the instructor makes direct eye contact with the students.

Our LC-100 and LC-110 Recorders provide for the left-right horizontal flip required to implement the capture of a Learning Glass session. Since these recorders can stream and record at the same time, a live Learning Glass class can be streamed live and then posted later to the LMS for video-on-demand.

Additional resources for the Learning Glass may be found at this website:

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