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HoverCam to Spotlight Digital Classroom Tech at TCEA 2020

HoverCam Pilot X wireless digital podium and Ultra 10 document camera
(Image credit: HoverCam)

HoverCam will display its family of classroom learning technologies in Booth 1133 at TCEA 2020, Feb. 4-6 in Austin. At the show, the company will demonstrate its wireless, tablet-based Pilot X digital teaching station, wireless Ultra 10 document camera, and ClassFusion, a comprehensive software platform for classroom management and presentation. 

With the HoverCam Pilot X wireless digital podium, educators can now take their teaching station anywhere in the classroom. The 13-inch Windows 10 tablet can be undocked from the mobile podium and used anywhere in the classroom. The tablet also features HoverCam's 4K, 13-megapixel document camera that folds out. A built-in wireless HDMI transmitter beams the tablet's image to any interactive flat panel, projector, or display in resolutions up to 4K. With HoverCam's ClassFusion software, it enables interactive whiteboarding and annotation for lesson recording. The notes, annotations, video, and audio of every lesson are captured in real time for students to access anytime and from any device.

The Ultra 10 document camera features 4K wireless HDMI casting, a 7-inch multi-touchscreen, true 4K@60FPS HDMI output, all-day battery life, and an Android computer. Users can cast Ultra 10's  image to any display over 4K wireless HDMI, without requiring a WiFi connection. The built-in multi-touchscreen gives users the ability to annotate over the live camera image, record lessons, scan documents, or install applications.

HoverCam's ClassFusion is a comprehensive software platform designed for a fully digital classroom. Drawing from the feedback of a network of educators who beta tested the solution, ClassFusion fuses digital whiteboarding software with a classroom management system. It features dynamic lesson and notes capture; a lesson plan builder with access to a database of over 4 million resources matched to curriculum; teachers' calendars; vector-based lesson recording to the cloud; whiteboarding with smart tools including handwriting and object recognition; online homework submission and student messaging; Hopscotch multisplit; and more.

More information is available at hovercam.com.