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Color Key: Technological Opportunities and ICT Solutions
Overview of the Proposal
This document presents the 21 information communication technologies (ICTs) that we
propose to be implemented in the Studio at Copenhagen Business School. This proposal is
organized by color-coded chapters. The first chapter is a list of the top five technologies
that would benefit the Studio, and the following chapters are ‘technological
opportunities’, or specific areas in the Studio that can be supplemented by technology.
Each technological opportunity chapter contains one or two ICT solutions that address it.
The figure below describes the content of the chapter pages, and the next page
describes the content of the ICT solution pages.
Technological Opportunity name
Technological Opportunity description
ICT Solution(s) that address the
Technological Opportunity
Overview of the Proposal
Detailed information
about the ICT Solution
ICT Solution Name
A list of Pros for the
ICT Solution
Image of the ICT
Solution
A list of Cons for the
ICT Solution
ICT Solution statistics
Description of the ICT
Solution and its
features
Table of Contents
Color Key:
Technological Opportunities and ICT Solutions:
Page Number:
Top Five Overall..........................................................................................................................................1
#1: iPad Retina.......................................................................................................................2
#2: Google Drive....................................................................................................................3
#3: Pirate 3D Buccaneer.......................................................................................................4
#4: eBeam Engage................................................................................................................5
#5: CAVE System....................................................................................................................6
3D Visualization – Digital............................................................................................................................7
SketchUp.................................................................................................................................8
3D Visualization – Physical.........................................................................................................................9
Pirate 3D Buccaneer............................................................................................................10
Cubify Cube 3.......................................................................................................................11
Accessible Sound System.........................................................................................................................12
FlexCat...................................................................................................................................13
eBeam Engage.....................................................................................................................14
Communication........................................................................................................................................15
FlexCat...................................................................................................................................16
NearPod.................................................................................................................................17
Data Collection.........................................................................................................................................18
SurveyMonkey........................................................................................................................19
Google Forms.........................................................................................................................20
Table of Contents
Color Key:
Technological Opportunities and ICT Solutions:
Page Number:
Data Sharing..............................................................................................................................................21
Dropbox.................................................................................................................................22
Google Drive.........................................................................................................................23
Interactive Interfaces...............................................................................................................................24
eBeam Engage.....................................................................................................................25
eBeam Edge..........................................................................................................................26
Media Manipulation.................................................................................................................................27
Gimp.......................................................................................................................................28
Presentation Displays................................................................................................................................29
BenQ MW523.........................................................................................................................30
Epson EX 6220........................................................................................................................31
Recording / Class Capture......................................................................................................................32
Echo360..................................................................................................................................33
GoPro Hero 3.........................................................................................................................34
Simultaneous Classroom Telepresence..................................................................................................35
Samsung TV Cam VG-STC3000............................................................................................36
Samsung TV Cam VG-STC2000............................................................................................37
Sound Studio Equipment..........................................................................................................................38
Launchkey..............................................................................................................................39
Launchkey Mini......................................................................................................................40
Top Five Overall
These five technologies address many of the needs of the Studio at CBS. The
technologies are ranked based on a combination of their effectiveness and how
many of the previous opportunities (3D Visualization, Accessible Sound System,
etc.) it addresses.
#1: iPad Retina
#2: Google Drive
#3: Pirate 3D Buccaneer
#4: eBeam Engage
#5: CAVE System
iPad Retina
Pros:
• The familiar interface means
most students know how to
use this device already
• Many stores are able to fix
apple devices and answer
questions
• The App Store makes this
device incredibly flexible
• Little to no difficulty in
implementation
Information:
• With access to Apple’s App
Store, the user can download
apps that facilitate a variety of
activities (drawing, video editing,
music creation, etc.)
• Uses iOS software, which is
familiar to many students
Cons:
• Relatively expensive if one
was to buy more than one
iPad
Price: 2.159 dkk
Reviews: 4.5 out of 5
Website:
http://store.apple.com/us/buyipad/ipad-retina
Addresses: Communication, Data
Collection, Data Sharing, Interactive
Interfaces, Media Manipulation,
Presentation Display, and Sound
Studio Equipment
The iPad Retina is a commonly
used tablet computer that can
enable many different
classroom activities. It can
download millions of
applications, many of which
are free. It can be connected
to TVs or projectors, meaning
students can work on an iPad,
then present their work to the
class, and easily give a
presentation.
Google Docs
Pros:
• More storage than Dropbox
• Offers live collaboration on
files
Information:
• Free storage of up to 15GB of
files
• Collaborate live with other users
• Share files and folders
• Upload and download
documents
Cons:
• Can behave weird when
some users aren’t logged in
with a Google Address
Price: Free
Reviews: 4.5 out of 5
Website: drive.google.com
Addresses: Data Collection, Data
Sharing
The user can create or upload
files and folders to his or her
Google account. The user is
also able to share with other
users by clicking “Share” and
entering their emails. The
documents are then editable in
real time.
Pirate3D Buccaneer
Pros:
• SmartObjects works on iOS,
Android, Mac, PC, and
Linux
• Claimed to have very few
jams due to a patented
nozzle that allows for even
head distribution
• The wireless and
smartphone app features
make this device very
flexible
Information:
• Comes with 3D model software
(SmartObjects) to design objects
and send wirelessly to the printer
via Wi-Fi
• Can also print files from other 3D
modeling software
• Overall Size: 25.5cm x 25.5cm x
40cm
• Build Volume: 14.5cm x 12.5cm
x15cm
• Layer resolution: 85 microns
• Available in June 2014
Cons:
• Any 3D model software will
have some learning curve
• For full intended use, it must
be connected to Ethernet or
Wi-Fi
• No user reviews
Price: 2.681 dkk
Reviews: None (available in June
2014)
Website: http://pirate3d.com
Addresses: Digital 3D Visualization,
Physical 3D Visualization
This 3D printer allows the user to
design a model in its
multiplatform (PC and Mac, iOS
and Android) app called
SmartObjects, then send the
model wirelessly to the printer
over Wi-Fi. The stainless steel
design and small size makes it
fitting aesthetically for the
Studio
eBeam Engage
Pros:
• All of the features make this
device very flexible
• Not intrusive to whiteboards
• Can enhance presentations
• Easy to implement (it is
magnetic, or it can be
mounted by a bracket)
• Has an active tech support
Information:
• Has a large quantity of features
and applications at the user’s
disposal
• When paired with a projector,
the white board becomes an
interactive screen
• By itself, it can capture activities
performed on the whiteboard
Cons:
• Requires knowledge on how
to use it (but it comes with a
guidebook)
Price: 5.390 dkk
Reviews: 4.5 out of 5
Website:
http://www.ebeam.com/education/ebeamengage/overview.html
Addresses: Accessible Sound
System, Interactive Interfaces,
Presentation Display,
Recording/Class Capture
The eBeam Engage is a magnetic
receiver that one can place on the
side of a whiteboard, then plug into
a computer. Pairing the eBeam
Engage with a projector allows the
whiteboard to become an
interactive presentation tool. It also
includes a remote control with a full
keyboard, touch pad, and page
scrolling buttons, for manual,
physical control. Other features
include a speaker to play audio
from a computer or music playing
devices, a microphone to record
presentations, and a scroll knob to
navigate presentations.
CAVE System
Pros:
• Users are commonly blown
away by this technology
• Brings virtual reality to a new
level
Information:
• The manufacturer can design a
unique setup to suit the needs of
the individual customer
• It is used for a variety of purposes
(data analysis, gaming,
presenting)
Cons:
• Prohibitively expensive
• Long implementation
process
• Requires extremely high-end
computer hardware
• It can be invasive when it is
not in use
• Requires calibration and
training to use
Price: nearly 5.395.000 dkk for a low
end version, but varies dramatically
depending upon the setup
Reviews: 5 out of 5
Website:
http://www.mechdyne.com/cave.
aspx
Addresses: Digital 3D Visualization,
Interactive Interfaces, Presentation
Display
This system aims to immerse the
user within a virtual space. It
puts the user in the center of a
number of walls with projected
displays, and calibrates to the
user’s head so he or she
appears to be in the middle of
a virtual environment. The
CAVE system tracks the user’s
motion, allowing him or her to
interact with the space.
3D Visualization - Digital
Digital 3D visualization focuses on software which creates imagery in which textures,
lighting, and camera angles can be applied to generate a realistic threedimensional image. It allows students to easily conceptualize complex 3D designs.
SketchUp
SketchUp
Pros:
• Can help students visualize
ideas in a digital 3D space
• Able to export files to a 3D
printer
• Has intuitive commands for
a 3D modeling software
Information:
• Only requires students to
download and install it
• The user interface is
straightforward and intuitive
• Available for both PC and Mac
Cons:
• 3D modeling software
typically has a learning
curve
Price:
Free for basic version
210 dkk per laptop per year for Pro
Reviews: 5 out of 5
Website:
http://www.sketchup.com/
SketchUp is a simple modeling
software that streamlines the
process of creating 3D models
on a computer. One can
create 2D drawings or import
shapes, then drag them into a
3D shape. There is also a large
database of models that can
be imported into the program,
and the models can be sent to
a 3D printer to create a
physical model. It is a useful tool
to visualize one’s ideas easily.
3D Visualization - Physical
Similar to digital 3D visualization, physical 3D visualization can be used to help in
visual learning. It allows for the creation of models and objects that are frequently
used in a studio environment. Physical 3D visualization can create a variety of
challenging objects in which students would be unable to create with their hands.
Pirate 3D Buccaneer
Cubify Cube 3
Pirate3D Buccaneer
Pros:
• SmartObjects works on iOS,
Android, Mac, PC, and
Linux
• Claimed to have very few
jams due to a patented
nozzle that allows for even
head distribution
• The wireless and
smartphone app features
make this device very
flexible
Information:
• Comes with 3D model software
(SmartObjects) to design objects
and send wirelessly to the printer
via Wi-Fi
• Can also print files from other 3D
modeling software
• Overall Size: 25.5cm x 25.5cm x
40cm
• Build Volume: 14.5cm x 12.5cm
x15cm
• Layer resolution: 85 microns
• Available in June 2014
Cons:
• Any 3D model software will
have some learning curve
• For full intended use, it must
be connected to Ethernet or
Wi-Fi
• No user reviews
Price: 2.681 dkk
Reviews: None (available in June
2014)
Website: http://pirate3d.com
This 3D printer allows the user to
design a model in its
multiplatform (PC and Mac, iOS
and Android) app called
SmartObjects, then send the
model wirelessly to the printer
over Wi-Fi. The stainless steel
design and small size makes it a
fitting aesthetic for the Studio
Cubify Cube 3
Pros:
• The user can print models
without having to connect
his or her computer
• Manufacturers claim that it
is easier to change the
plastic filament than it is to
change ink cartridges in a
standard printer
Information:
• Claims to print twice as fast as
competitors
• Build Volume: 15cm all
dimensions
• Overall Size: 34cm x 34cm x
28cm
• Available in 2nd quarter of 2014
• Uses recyclable ABS and
compostable PLA plastic
Cons:
• Currently no user reviews
• Relatively high price
• Models from the company’s
database also have to be
purchased
Price: 5.395 dkk
Reviews: None (not available yet)
Website:
http://cubify.com/en/Cube
This 3D printer allows the user to
design a model in its
multiplatform (iOS, Android,
and Windows) app, then send
the model wirelessly to the
printer over Wi-Fi. The touch
screen allows users to search
the company’s large database
of objects and find a model to
print, without the use of external
hardware (such as a
computer). It is desk-sized, so it
can fit in an office or a
classroom easily.
Accessible Sound System
In a studio environment, it is important for instructors to communicate with students
in different rooms or groups. In an interactive learning situation, various activities are
going on at all times, and communication with students can be difficult. Through
the use of an accessible sound system, instructors can easily communicate to
students within the Studio. Students working on projects may also take advantage
of a sound system by using it for presentations or music that enhance their project.
FlexCat
eBeam Engage
FlexCat
Pros:
• Integrated microphone
• It allows users to play audio
through an audio jack
Information:
• Battery life: 10+ Hours
• Wireless Range: 200ft
• Dimensions: 8.5” x 5” x 3.5”
• Comes with group speakers,
remote, charging station, and
classroom speaker
• Can connect multimedia audio
Cons:
• Currently has no user reviews
Price:
10780 dkk (Two Speakers)
12884 dkk (Three Speakers)
14988 dkk (Four Speakers)
17092 dkk (Five Speakers)
19196 dkk (Six Speakers)
Reviews: None
Website: http://www.lightspeedtek.com/products/flexcat/
A 4-6 piece audio system that
provides two-way
communication for small group
instruction. Teachers are able to
listen in and communicate with
each group through a central
monitoring speaker. Teachers
have a remote where they can
select to talk to individual
groups or the whole class. Also
includes a charging base and
a classroom speaker to enable
whole group instruction.
eBeam Engage
Pros:
• Easy access to a speaker
• Also has multiple other
features that increases its
educational value
Information:
• Has an audio in / out port
• Users can plug in their computers
or mp3 players to play music or
audio with the JBL speaker on
the device
Cons:
• Not very flexible as a sound
system (it is meant to be a
feature of the device, not
the main intent)
Price: 5.390 dkk
Reviews: 4.5 out of 5
Website:
http://www.ebeam.com/education/ebeamengage/overview.html
The eBeam Engage is a magnetic
receiver that one can place on
the side of a whiteboard, then
plug into a computer. Pairing the
eBeam Engage with a projector
allows the whiteboard to become
an interactive presentation tool. It
also includes a remote control
with a full keyboard, touch pad,
and page scrolling buttons, for
manual, physical control. Other
features include a speaker to play
audio from a computer or music
playing devices, a microphone to
record presentations, and a scroll
knob to navigate presentations.
Communication
Communication between students and Professors prevent thoughts and ideas
from being misunderstood. Students may not understand lecture material, what is
expected from assignments, or when assignments are due. Good
communication with students inside and outside of the classroom are both
factors that can benefit a student’s education.
FlexCat
NearPod
FlexCat
Pros:
• Integrated microphone
• Facilitates group activities,
which are a common
aspect of studio learning
Information:
• Battery life: 10+ Hours
• Wireless Range: 200ft
• Dimensions: 8.5” x 5” x 3.5”
• Comes with group speakers,
remote, charging station, and
classroom speaker
• Can connect multimedia audio
Cons:
• Currently no user reviews
Price:
10.780
12.884
14.988
17.092
19.196
dkk (Two Speakers)
dkk (Three Speakers)
dkk (Four Speakers)
dkk (Five Speakers)
dkk (Six Speakers)
Reviews: None
Website: http://www.lightspeedtek.com/products/flexcat/
A 4-6 piece audio system that
provides two-way
communication for small group
instruction. Teachers are able to
listen in and communicate with
each group through a central
monitoring speaker. Teachers
have a remote that allows
them to select to talk to
individual groups or the whole
class. Includes a charging base
and a classroom speaker to
enable whole group instruction.
NearPod
Pros:
• All device types (mobile,
tablet, laptop)
• All Operating Systems (OS X,
iOS, Windows, Android)
• Free
• Can share lessons with other
teachers
Information:
• Available for all device types
(smartphones, computers,
tablets)
• Available for all major operating
systems
• Students can respond to
questions from their device
• Measure and track student
performance
Cons:
• Less in-person
communication
• Likely not useful for some
Studio classes
• Some shared lessons cost
money
Price: Free
Reviews: 3.5 out of 5
Website: www.nearpod.com
THIS TECHNOLOGY DID NOT PASS THE FACULTY VALIDATION SURVEY:
CBS already has software (CBS Learn) that has this functionality.
This application facilitates the
sharing of presentations,
webpages, and graphics. A
professor can open the app on
their device (tablet, phone,
laptop), and touch the “start
class” button. Students open
the app on their devices and
input a class ID PIN, then the
professor can share relevant
information with his or her
students by sending it directly
to their smartphones or tablets.
Data Collection
When working on projects, students may be required to gather statistical
information. To do this, polling technology must be used. Software can be used to
make this process easier and to help organize and graph results.
SurveyMonkey
Google Forms
SurveyMonkey
Pros:
• Free up to 100 surveys sent
• Most popular polling service
• Use on browser or through
mobile app
Information:
• Popular polling / surveying tool
• Free for most common use
• Use through browser
• Can be used through mobile
app
• Simple to use
• Support for many languages
(including Danish)
• Social media and email
integration
Cons:
• Costs to send more than 100
surveys
• Free for only the first ten
surveys created
Price: Free
Reviews: 4 out of 5
Website: www.surveymonkey.com
SurveyMonkey is a free, easy to
use survey tool. The user is able
to make surveys, each with
various types of questions. Then,
one can automatically send
the survey to up to 100 people
for free.
Google Forms
Pros:
• Simple use
• Free
• Covers all basic polling and
data summary
Information:
• Free for most common use
• Easy to use
• Basic polling software
Cons:
• Concerns exist about data
from Google being
gathered by American
National Security Agency
• Less visually appealing than
other options
• Not as advanced as other
options
Price: Free
Reviews: 4 out of 5
Website: drive.google.com
Google Forms are free, easy to
use survey tools. Create a
survey by specifying the type
and content for each question.
The user can easily send the
survey to an email list. While it
has fewer features than other
survey options, this makes it
simpler and possibly satisfies all
of the user’s needs.
Data Sharing
Studio learning often focuses on students working collaboratively on a project. In
order for students to successfully work together, they may have to share their work
and progress with other members in their group. Various software allows this to be
easily done, so students can let others see their materials. It also enables students
to work on the same document simultaneously.
Dropbox
Google Docs
Dropbox
Pros:
• Free up to 2 GB of files
• Simple to use
• File sharing between
collaborators
• Files backed up on the
cloud
• Desktop application
automatically syncs
Information:
• 2GB of free file storage
• Files backed up on cloud
• Files can be shared between
users
• Desktop app acts like any other
folder and does all of the work
Cons:
• No live editing (offered by
Google Docs)
• Less file storage than Google
Docs
Price: Free
Reviews: 4.3 out of 5
Website: www.dropbox.com
The user only needs to create
an account and download the
desktop application. Files are
then able to be saved on a
server - one can log into
dropbox.com and access these
files from any computer. These
folders can be used to share
documents with students - right
click on a folder or document,
click “Share”, and enter
another user’s Dropbox
username or email.
Google Drive
Pros:
• More storage than Dropbox
• Offers live collaboration on
files
Information:
• Free storage of up to 15GB of
files
• Collaborate live with other users
• Share files and folders
• Upload and download
documents
Cons:
• Can behave weird when
some users aren’t logged in
with a Google Address
Price: Free
Reviews: 4.5 out of 5
Website: drive.google.com
The user can create or upload
files and folders to his or her
Google account. The user is
also able to share with other
users by clicking “Share” and
entering their emails. The
documents are then editable in
real time.
Interactive Interfaces
The Studio provides a very interactive learning environment. Many classes focus on
groups in which students work together on a project. An interactive interface
creates a touch-screen technology that provides students a way to physically
change and edit data.
eBeam Engage
eBeam Edge
eBeam Engage
Pros:
• All of the features make this
device very flexible
• Not intrusive to whiteboards
• Can enhance presentations
• Easy to implement (it is
magnetic, or it can be
mounted by a bracket)
• Has an active tech support
Information:
• Has a large quantity of features
and applications at the user’s
disposal
• When paired with a projector,
the white board becomes an
interactive screen
• By itself, it can capture activities
performed on the whiteboard
Cons:
• Requires knowledge on how
to use it (but it comes with a
guidebook)
Price: 5.390 dkk
Reviews: 4.5 out of 5
Website:
http://www.ebeam.com/education/ebeamengage/overview.html
The eBeam Engage is a magnetic
receiver that one can place on the
side of a whiteboard, then plug into
a computer. Pairing the eBeam
Engage with a projector allows the
whiteboard to become an
interactive presentation tool. It also
includes a remote control with a full
keyboard, touch pad, and page
scrolling buttons, for manual,
physical control. Other features
include a speaker to play audio
from a computer or music playing
devices, a microphone to record
presentations, and a scroll knob to
navigate presentations.
eBeam Edge
Pros:
• Does not interfere with
white board work
• Can enhance presentations
• Easy to implement (it is
magnetic, or it can be
mounted by a bracket)
• Has an active tech support
Information:
• The white board becomes an
interactive screen when content
is projected on top of it.
• By itself, it can capture activities
performed on the whiteboard
Cons:
• There is a learning curve for
the software
Price: 3.884 dkk
Reviews: 4 out of 5
Website:
http://www.ebeam.com/education/ebeamedge/overview.html
The eBeam Edge is a magnetic
receiver (pictured on the left)
that one can place on the side
of a whiteboard, then plug into
a computer so that the actions
performed on the whiteboard
(drawing with markers, tapping
the board with their included
stylus) are translated to the
computer. When paired with a
projector, the whiteboard can
become an interactive
presentation tool.
Media Manipulation
Media Manipulation focuses on software that creates imagery, where textures,
lighting, and effects can be applied to edit and enhance an image. These
solutions can be used to help students express their creativity in a way that
markers and white boards cannot accomplish by using software that is simple
and time efficient. Students can use it to enhance their presentations and
proposals by creating a more professional feel.
Gimp
Gimp
Pros:
• Very popular open-source
projects
• Good documentation and
lots of online tutorials on
basic functions
• Free
• All Operating Systems, even
Linux
Information:
• Edit photos with the same power
as Photoshop
• Free
• Available on Windows, OS X, and
Linux
• Difficult to use for those new to
photo editing
Cons:
• Difficult to use (but all photo
editors are)
Price: Free
Reviews: 4 out of 5
Website: http://www.gimp.org
A free photo editing software
that replicates the functionality
of Photoshop. Features include
tools for layering, shading, and
coloring.
Presentation Display
Presentations are used to engage and help students visualize information. Students
can show pictures, videos, charts, and slideshows to a whole classroom through
the use of a presentation display. They can also be used by students to display
media for a project or presentation they are involved in.
BenQ MW23
Epson EX6220
BenQ MW523
Pros:
• 1 year warranty
• Has video inputs
• RS232 Port and USB Port
Information:
• Brightness: 3000 Lumens
• Weight: 2.3kg
• Size: 11cm x 30cm x 22cm
• Image Size: 80cm-772cm
• Digital input: HDMI
• Focus and Zoom Manually
• 1280x800 resolution
Cons:
• No reviews
Price: 2.681 dkk
Reviews: None
Website:
http://www.projectorcentral.com/B
enQ-MW523.htm
A classroom projector with a
1280x800 resolution which can
be moved anywhere in a
classroom to display an image
onto any surface.
Epson EX6220
Pros:
• 1 Year Warranty
• Has Video Inputs
• RS232 and USB Port
• Comes with a carrying case
Information:
• Brightness: 3000 Lumens
• Weight: 2.4kg
• Size: 8cm x 29cm x 23cm
• Image Size: 83cm-816cm
• Digital input: HDMI
• Focus and Zoom Manually
• 1280x800 resolution
Cons:
• No Reviews
Price: 3.232 dkk
Reviews: None
Website:
http://www.projectorcentral.com/E
pson-EX6220.htm
A classroom projector with a
1280x800 resolution which can
be moved anywhere in a
classroom to display an image
onto any surface.
Recording/Class Capture
In many lecture halls, Professors are starting to record classes, enabling students to rewatch a class. Class recording technologies are also being used so students can watch
a lecture before class, and then implement what they learned in the lecture during
class time. In a studio learning environment, students may use this technology to record
their presentations and projects, and to look back at the recordings for reflections.
Echo360
GoPro Hero3
Echo360
Pros:
• Can be installed with
different bandwidths,
number of classes, etc.
• Can be installed to be
compatible with
numerous devices in
multiple classrooms
• Used consistently by
various universities
Cons:
• No reviews
• Requires installation
Information:
• Embedded into most CMS/LMS systems
including Blackboard, Moodle, ANGEL,
iTunes U and custom portals enabling
you to deliver you instructional content
to students the same way you always
have
• Integrate into existing room control
• Allows you to record in-class content
for on-demand viewing and host live
webcasts for distance students
• Leverage the technology already in
place throughout your institution
• Professors have the freedom to create
and edit customize instructional
content
Price: 17.777 Danish Krone
Reviews: None
Website: http://echo360.com
Echo360 is a lecture capture
system which enables faculty to
record audio, visuals, and video
for students to access online in
a digital format. Once installed,
faculty need to select “start
recording”, configure their
microphone, and set a title for
their recording. Captures are
started, stopped, and paused
by pressing “start capture”,
“pause capture”, and “stop
capture”. To publish, all faculty
need to do is press the “publish
recording” button.
GoPro Hero 3
Pros:
• High-quality recording
meant for motion
• Waterproof, highly durable
• Mounts allow for versatility in
placement
• Built-in Wi-Fi for remote
controlling
Information:
• 720p - 1080p resolution, 30 fps,
Ultra wide – Medium Field of
View
• Camera: 74g
• Rechargeable battery
• Two mounts are provided, others
available for purchase
• GoPro app allows Wi-Fi use
Cons:
• Plenty of room for user error
• Mounts can be distracting or
obtrusive
Price: 1.899 dkk
Reviews: 4 out of 5
Website: www.gopro.com
GoPro is a durable, waterproof,
mobile, high-definition camera.
It comes with a mount that
allows it to be attached to
various surfaces, including your
head, a wall, or a bike. It has
built-in Wi-Fi, allowing for
remote recording and control.
Simultaneous Classroom Telepresence
Many professors in the Studio expressed interest in the ability to have classrooms
communicate with professors in different countries, or for students to work with
other students in a different country. By having the technological means for a
simultaneous classroom telepresence, Professors and students would have the
means to communicate and work with anyone.
Samsung TV Cam VG-STC3000
Samsung TV Cam VG-STC2000
Samsung TV Cam VG-STC3000
Pros:
• Lens Cover to protect
privacy
• Two built in microphones
• Comes with USB cable
Cons:
• Currently unavailable
Information:
• Skype-to-Skype HD Video Calls
• 2x digital zoom
• Interface: USB 2.0
• LED TV: 2013 F4500, F5300, F5400,
F5500, F5700, F6200 ~ F6900, F7100,
F7200 2012 EH4500, EH5300, EH5450,
ES5500, ES5700 ~ ES6900 (Except
ES6003), ES7100 2011 D6500 and
above (32" and above)
• PDP TV: 2013 F5500 2012 E550, E6500,
E7000 2011 D8000
• 640x480 resolution
Price: 529 dkk
Reviews: 4.5 out of 5
Website:
http://www.samsung.com/ca/cons
umer/tv-video/tv/tvaccessories/VGSTC3000/ZA?subsubtype=others
Connects to any TV or display
using a USB port.
Samsung TV Cam VG-2000
Pros:
• Lens Cover to protect
privacy
• Two built in microphones
• Comes with USB cable
Cons:
Information:
• Skype-to-Skype HD Video Calls
• Plug and Play for easy set-up
• 3x digital zoom
• Interface: USB 2.0
• Compatible with:2012 EH4500,
EH5300, EH5450, ES5500, ES5700,
ES6100, ES6300, ES6400, ES6500,
ES6700, ES6800, ES6900, ES7100,
ES7200(only for CIS) 2011 D6500,
D7000, D8000, D9500, 2012 E550,
E6900, E7000 2011 D8000
• 640x480 resolution
Price: 1.025 dkk
Reviews: 4.5 out of 5
Website:
http://shop.skype.com/webcams/tv
webcams/samsung-vg-stc2000/
Connects to any TV or display
using a USB port.
Sound Studio Equipment
Sound Studio Equipment allows students to express their creativity through sound
by playing tracks, performing, and recording. This is another medium that
students can work with to help in projects and presentations, as well as provide
additional hands-on learning.
Launchkey
Launchkey Mini
Launchkey
Pros:
• Flexible device (the user
can use it to play tracks,
play the keys, or do both at
the same time)
• Creative tool; adding
creative devices can
benefit the studio
environment
Information:
• Has a full-sized keyboard
• Comes with the Novation iPad
app and computer program
• Software contains 1GB of loops
(the tracks that the device can
activate)
• Works with both Mac and PC
• Doesn’t require batteries (it is
powered by the device it is
connected to)
Cons:
• If students do not know how
to play the instrument, they
will not use it
• The user has to learn the
software to use the
Launchpad feature
Price: 1.074 dkk
Reviews: 4 out of 5
Website:
http://us.novationmusic.com/midicontrollers/launchkey
THIS TECHNOLOGY DID NOT PASS THE PROFESSOR VALIDATION SURVEY:
Half of the surveyed professors did not believe that they would want to
use this device.
The Launchkey is a synthesizerstyle keyboard with a
launchpad (the yellow and
green buttons) and sliders that
allows the user to activate and
deactivate tracks while playing.
It automatically detects and
maps to most software when
connected to a computer, or
one could connect it to an
iPad or computer and use the
Novation Launchkey app. It is a
very useful tool for creating or
recording music with studio-like
features.
Launchkey Mini
Pros:
• Small size makes it portable
• Flexible device (the user
can use it to play tracks,
play the keys, or do both at
the same time)
• Creative tool; adding
creative devices can
benefit the studio
environment
Information:
• It is “lap-sized” (27 keys)
• Comes with the Novation iPad
app and computer program
• Software contains 1GB of loops
(the tracks that the device can
activate)
• Works with both Mac and PC
• Doesn’t require batteries (it is
powered by the device it is
connected to)
Cons:
• If students do not know how
to play the instrument, they
will not use it
• The user has to learn the
software to use the
Launchpad feature
Price: 507 dkk
Reviews: 4.5 out of 5
Website:
http://us.novationmusic.com/midicontrollers/launchkey-mini
The Launchkey Mini is a synthesizerstyle keyboard with a launchpad
allows the user to activate and
deactivate tracks while playing. It
automatically detects and maps to
most software when connected to
a computer, or one could connect
it to an iPad or computer and use
the Novation Launchkey app. It is
an extremely useful tool for creating
and recording music with studio-like
features, and it is portable for easy
transport across a room, building, or
a city. As the “mini” version, it has
reduced functionality, but requires
less customization and knowledge.
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