The creators of eGlass, a new tool that enhances and improves the teaching experience, join us to not only demo the product, but also to discuss how it changes the teaching and presentation experience into something much more personal for both online and in-person situations. Ji Shen, the CEO of HoverCam, Dr. Matt Anderson, the President and CEO of Learning Glass Solutions and a physics professor at San Diego State University, and Bailey Pierson, the Marketing Director for HoverCam, start off the first part of our conversation by explaining the genesis of eGlass and their partnership, and demonstrating exactly how it transforms the teaching experience. (Part 1)
GoDonut Founder Nina Seyedabadi and Executive Administrator Faith Escobedo discuss the latest update to the GoDonut product line, the GoDonut 360. Bringing a “lazy susan” option to the GoDonut allows you to rotate your iPhone or iPad while in the GoDonut for better positioning for you or someone you want to share the screen with. Nina and Faith also talk about the new finishes available, surprise us with the most popular color for the GoDonut, and tease some upcoming releases.
Our discussion of streaming media with the panel of David Ginsburg Frank Petrie, Guy Serle, Jeff Gamet, Jim Rea, and Kelly Guimont wraps up as the group gets more personal with their observations. Why do they create streaming media? Why do they consume streaming media? The Chat Room weighs in with some thoughts of their own on why they enjoy live streaming shows vs. on-demand. (Part 2)
This MacVoices Live! panel takes on the topic of streaming video. In the first part of the conversation, David Ginsburg Frank Petrie, Guy Serle, Jeff Gamet, Jim Rea, and Kelly Guimont talked about why streaming is compelling for those doing the creating why the appeal for consumers is as old as the evening news, and what the online audiences get from attending streaming events. (Part 1)
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In the second part of our conversation with Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus, he discusses why he shut down his “Working Smarter for Mac Users” project, and the surprising activity that has taken its place. Mixing an analog activity with a digital tool, why it makes perfect sense, and a couple app picks round things out.
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