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Learning Glass Europe
Motorised Table Units
Lightboard with Integrated Camera
How to Use The Learning Glass
The Lightboard is mounted on a motorized table so it can be adjusted to suit the presenter’s height.
Ideally a blackout studio or a room that is as dark as possible.
No external lighting needed.
Lapel microphones used to ensure the presenter’s comfort and a high-quality sound recording.
Camera setup of 2 cameras allow for a wide and close shots and improved editing purposes however 1 camera will still work very effectively.
The image is ‘flipped’ in post-production so the text appears the right way around.
The studio setup works best for the larger learning glass product, find out more about it
When live streaming in a studio setup it is recommended to use a device such as a decimator shown in the image opposite.
This will flip the image as you present causing the graphics to appear the correct way around for audiences.
Connect to a video streaming platform and start your presentation.
The LGE36 should be placed on a desk/table. It has two height settings, 64cm & 73cm.
Desk dimensions required are approximately, 100cm x 70cm, however, we would recommend 140-150 width as this will also provide adequate space for your computer and work area.
A black background is best for two reasons; black absorbs light better which prevents reflections and it also helps the neon to stand out even more. Always choose a matt/non-shiny black.
The best results will be achieved if you are able to reduce the natural light in your filming area to a minimum. This will make using the LightGlass far easier with the best results.
If you are using your smartphone to film, then we recommend an extendable phone stand clamped to your desk. The picture opposite shows the LGE36 set up for filming with smartphone and computer.
We recommend an application called ManyCam which works with iOS/Mac and Android/Windows OS. www.manycam.com
This solution provides an easy to use ‘flipping’ feature to correct the picture orientation for the viewer as well as many other useful features such as ‘picture in picture’.
Wear medium to dark clothing in a solid colour, with no writing, or patterns that will distract.
Decide where you will write key points, drawings or graphs on the board. (Do not write in front of your face.)
Use normal gestures and your presentation style.
Look at camera periodically to encourage perception of eye contact.
Be Confident! Use your Creativity! Most of all, be yourself!
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