FETC Pre-Keynote Techshare Live!
Why I chose this:
Several panel members are going to share a fast and furious look at some upcoming tech concepts, ideas, etc. Looks fun! Looking forward to see what Kathy Schrock, Leslie Fisher, Hall Davidson has to share!
What I learned:
Started off with a FETC-inspired parody of Shake it Out. Very cute.
Basically, this is a panel-based commercial for a variety of products. Not quite what I was expecting. Ah well... Here is what they covered:
Kano.me - $150 - kit computer
CircutScribe - Pen writes with conductive ink, buzzers, sensors, leds, etc
Hashkey - usb hastag $25
GoKey - Charge phone, find phone, use as remote
Tile - find stuff, track stuff
SingleCube - motion control, talk to TV, control stuff
Coolest - loaded cooler
Wikigalaxy - free - wikipedia in visual representation
Kathy Schrock (some of these are fake/funny):
SelfieBrush - $15
Mia Case - makeup case for iphone
In1 multi-tool utility case - pens, screwdriver, tweezers, etc
Chil Slap Stylus - slap bracelet stylus
Ringly - ring you wear that notifies you based on setting in app.
Sensoria Fitness Socks - $179 socks
Schwinn Cycle Nav - gps for your bike
Internet of Things "commercial" for things to come, from Cisco.
FlightBoard - $3.99
iOS7/8 and Yosemite - Quicktime, New Recording, record screen
Coffitivity - plays coffeeshop sounds in background
Ubooly - Some students may respond better to a plush toy than human...?
AnkiDrive - Racing game, program cars to race
HP Pavillion Mini Stream - $179 Win8 machine
London Museum - augmented reality overlays reality. Do this in a classroom - previous class, places around town, etc.
Taylor Swift Experience - 3d augmented music video, ignoring the POV of the video
NewsELA.com - change reading level of content on the fly
Spritzlet.com - Speed reading app
VR - VR welding and other tools.
Binaural Sound - earbuds for about $10
Linkyy.com/SoundAround to test it.
Pentatonic Scale -
Kahoot - As seen before, students can take part in quiz live via phone, web, etc.
We played a game based on FETC trivia. I finished in 700th place. Not bad for my first FETC.
Plickers.com - Create questions, classes; assign questions to classes; assign students. Scan codes printed on paper/stock from distance to record answers.
Lumenplay.com - Control sets of lights with app. Add effects, etc.
Bunch-o-Balloons - fills a bunch of water balloons and ties them automatically.
Plastc card - use fingerprint to change/select card for paying. Can use for hotel room, loyalty cards, etc
UNI - motionsavvy - user signs with table, translate sign into speech. Captures voice and converts to text.
Composite filaments for 3d printer - limestone, bronze, maple, iron, etc
Magic Leap - Google invested. Augmented items into the real world.
3d printed body parts of patient in order to help operate, see a way to conduct operation.
Colar - turns coloring pages into 3d augmented shapes
Guinness Book of World Records - certain pages in the book can be augmented.
Elements 4d - Point app at cubes with elements on them, augments reality with element in box. Combine blocks to make substances! Hydrogen+Oxygen=water in the blocks with formula!