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The VideoCube (2015-)
This project is currently under construction. More information and videos will follow once we have running prototypes that demonstrate a wider range of the technology.
In 2008, I started the media portal. One aim of the project is providing students with visual feedback to their presentations. Another objective is providing recordings for lectures.
The VideoCube puts this recording effort another step further.
Over the years two things turned out to be problematic with the recording workflow using a screen capture software on the presentation laptop, an HD video camera, and a speaker microphone that the speaker attaches to her cloths.
For the given reasons, I decided to develop a new recording hardware, the VideoCube. The VideoCube is a former box for CDs that is filled with hardware and has a touch screen for control.
The VideoCube box contains:
Major advantages of the VideoCube compared to the previous recording workflow are:
With the VideoCube implementation at Technische Universität München I am supported by: