HoverCam (opens in new tab) will demonstrate its 21st century digital learning solutions at the Spring CUE 2019 National Conference, March 14-16 at the Palm Springs Convention Center in California. At Booth 263 at the conference, the company will showcase ClassFusion, a classroom presentation and learning management system for today's digital classrooms; its Pilot Series of digital teaching stations, and its family of document cameras, including the wireless Ultra 10.
At its booth, attendees can see a demonstration of ClassFusion, HoverCam's comprehensive software for a fully digital classroom, which integrates a classroom presentation system with a learning management system designed for wireless and interactive collaboration in a multidevice ecosystem classroom. 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, space-saving vector-based lesson recording to the cloud, enhanced whiteboarding with smart tools including handwriting and object recognition, online homework submission and student messaging, Hopscotch multisplit, and more.
HoverCam will also showcase the Pilot X, a tablet-based, battery-operated wireless digital teaching station that's designed for ultra-mobility. With the new podium, teachers are unchained from stationary desks or lecterns and are free to move about the classroom. The Pilot's wireless transceiver instantly beams the podium's screen and touch annotations to any interactive flat panel, projector, or TV in HD resolutions up to 4K, eliminating the hazard of dangling cords and cables. The tablet can be charged while docked at the podium or be removed to give teachers more mobility around the classroom. At the end of day, users simply remove the tablet and store it in the base for security. The Pilot 3 will also be on display. The integrated wireless digital podium teaching station features a Windows PC, 13-megapixel document camera, and 21-inch touch screen with wireless HD mirroring functionality.
Also on display will be HoverCam's Ultra 10, a next-generation document camera for the classroom. Featuring a 7.1-inch capacitive touch screen, true 4K HDMI output, 16-megapixel sensor, and an Android computer, the Ultra 10 is ideal for remote learning. The built-in, multitouch viewing monitor allows educators to see exactly what their students see without having to turn their backs. Users can connect a display, IFP, or projector — via wired HDMI or an optional wireless 4K transmitter without a PC — to easily record lessons, capture vibrant images, and show live video in 4K clarity.
More information on HoverCam's full line of education solutions is available at thehovercam.com (opens in new tab).