What is a Lightboard?
The lightboard is a large glass screen that lights up when you write on it. The image is ‘flipped’ and can be used for live streaming or pre-recorded video. It’s used by teachers and trainers to deliver their course content in a way that engages the audience like no other technology
Our Unique Lightboard with Integrated Camera
We launched the iC-Learning Glass to enhance the user experience, with the goal to make using our lightboard easier than ever.
Our purpose built, integrated 4K camera, works seamlessly with the Learning Glass lightboard, making it easy to create powerful, engaging, lightboard content at the touch of a button.
The LGE-iC Lightboard features our surface treated, smudge-free, safety glass, ensuring best clarity and optical performance.
The iC Learning Glass is available in two sizes:
iC-LGE30 – The working surface area is 66cm x 37cm, and at under 6kg, the unit is designed to be mobile.
iC-LGE45 – The working surface area is 99cm x 57cm, and at under 11.5kg, the unit is easily transportable.
Here’s the key things you need to know:
- High quality 4K camera, engineered specifically for Lightboard technology.
- The position of the camera is calibrated to perfectly frame the lightboard without any adjustments.
- Camera attaches directly to the top of the Lightboard, leaving space for your computer underneath.
- Integrated polarizing filter to eliminate reflections from computer screens and monitors
Works seamlessly with OBS video studio, the leading application for video recording and streaming
iC Lightboard Assembly Video
Watch this short tutorial video which demonstrates, how easy to assemble the very mobile Learning Glass iC-LGE30 and iC-LGE45 lightboard units with an integrated camera.
Lewis Matheson, Physics Teacher, demonstrates
the Learning Glass Lightboard
Why not book a demo?
Hello, I’m Toby, the CEO, and I’d like to offer you a 30-minute demonstration of our product.
During this session we will cover:
- How the lightboard works
- Use cases
- Setting up the lightboard
- User tips