HoverCam will demonstrate its full hardware and software learning platform for digital classrooms in Booth 2144 at the International Society for Technology in Education Conference (ISTE), June 23-26 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. The company will feature its Pilot Series of digital teaching stations; next-gen document cameras; and the debut of ClassFusion, a presentation and learning management software platform for today's digital classrooms.
At ISTE 2019, attendees will have the opportunity to see a live demonstration of ClassFusion, HoverCam's new, comprehensive software platform for 21st-century, fully digital classrooms. ClassFusion integrates a classroom presentation system with a learning management system. Designed for wireless and interactive collaboration in a multidevice ecosystem classroom, ClassFusion features dynamic lesson and notes capture; a lesson plan builder with access to a database of over 4 million resources; teachers' calendars; space-saving, vector-based lesson recording to the cloud; whiteboarding with tools including handwriting and object recognition; online homework submission and student messaging; Hopscotch multisplit; and more.
The Pilot X, the mobile addition to HoverCam's Pilot series, is a tablet-based, battery-operated, wireless digital teaching station. The tablet can be charged while docked in the station or be removed to grant teachers more flexibility around the classroom. Pilot X offers connectivity options similar to the Pilot 3integrated wireless digital teaching station, which will also be on display at ISTE 2019. Both models feature a Windows® PC and 13-megapixel document camera, with Pilot 3 including a 21-inch multi-touchscreen with wireless HD mirroring functionality in a mobile podium. The Pilot series' wireless transceivers beam the teaching station's screen and touch annotations to any interactive flat panel, projector, or TV in uncompressed 1080p HD resolution.
Also on display will be the latest models from the company's line of document cameras. HoverCam's Ultra 10 features a 7.1-inch capacitive touchscreen, true 4K HDMI output, and a 16-megapixel sensor, and Android computer. 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 a wireless 4K transmitter without a PC — to record lessons, capture images, and show live video. The Solo 8 Plus is a lightweight and compact document camera with a 13-megapixel lens that captures images and live video with clarity up to 4K; supports 1080p full HD video recording; and provides connectivity with iPads®.
More information on HoverCam's full line of education solutions is available at thehovercam.com.