AUTONOMOUSLY GENERATE

Simply place our device in a classroom to generate a next generation learning platform which enables students to excel academically

Platform Demo


STUDENT PLATFORM

  • Interactive Lecture Notes, Transcript, and Video
  • Auto Hyperlinks Concepts Across Lectures and Classes
  • Facilitates Community Learning
  • Integrates with popular LMS and QA Platforms
  • Provides Analytics on Learning
  • Built to be Accessible
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CLASSROOM DEVICE

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  • Autonomously Generates All Content and Populates Platform
  • On Device Processing
  • Captures 4K Video
  • Works in all classrooms
  • Captures all boards and projection screens up to 70ft away

Highlights


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Fully Automated

  • Autonomously generates notes from lectures
  • Intelligently detects start and end of lecture
  • Connects same concept taught by other professors across universities
  • No human effort
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Non-Invasive for Professors

  • No effort or behavior changes by professor
  • Respects privacy with option to digitally remove professor from video
  • No change in classroom infrastructure
  • Network sensitive uploading
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FERPA and ADA Compliant

  • Notes for accomodation
  • Transcript of lecture
  • Auto-blurs student faces
  • Secure AWS server
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Easy to Integrate

  • Compatible with all popular LMS
  • 20 minute basic device installation
  • Mounts anywhere
  • Customer support
  • Wifi or ethernet
  • 3.5mm audio in or bluetooth mic

Student Feedback


It was a very useful simulation of being in a lecture, it helped me concentrate.
UCSD Student from Calculus for Science and Engineering
Students spend less time stressing ... and more time engaging with the lecture. [It] ... connects research-backed pedagogical practices with effortful learning [in class].
4th year UCSD Student Supplemental Instruction Leader
I really liked how the platform allowed me to stop and look at the whole board instead of only one small portion. I really enjoyed how the platform [displayed] the notes and put them under the video so I could check the order in which they appeared. That made following along the lecture way easier for me.
1st year UCSD Student Structural Engineering Major

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