What is a Lightboard?
A lightboard is a special glass board. Think of a transparent whiteboard which lights up when you write on it. The image from the video camera is then ‘flipped’. The big advantage is that the lightboard user is always facing their audience.
What our Customers Say
In this video our clients share their experience of using the lightboard
Where would you use a Lightboard?
Lightboards offer a unique approach and are proven to be very effective for teaching online. Students can always observe the teacher with direct eye contact and follow every step of the teacher’s explanation as they write on the glass board. Sessions can be delivered live via Teams or Zoom and recorded.
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Why are we the leader in Lightboard technology?
Premium Glass Quality
The glass is tested using a unique laser scan process, identifying any small defects such as tiny air bubbles.
Unique design of LEDs combining specific light frequencies to achieve near-perfect colour purity, across the entire glass surface.
Our units have inbuilt lighting to completely illuminate the presenter. No additional presenter lights are required.
Experience & Service
Our in-house specialists have 7+ years’ experience implementing and working with the Lightboard and are ready to support you.
Thousands of Universities and colleges have
already adopted the Learning Glass
“With the Lightboard you can actually write and engage with the audience at the same time. That's just magic! A great advantage of the Learning Glass is that somebody helps you take the audience to the journey to the things you're trying to explain.”
David Dye, Professor at Imperial College London