Demo of Virtual Audience at Adobe’s HQ in San Jose, CA

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Here’s a bite-size bit of video of me presenting our Vitrual Audience software at the Adobe Education Leaders’ Summer Institute at Adobe HQ in San Jose.

Here I demonstrate how the computer’s camera watches you “perform”. When the computer senses you’re finished, the audience claps. Sometimes more than others!

Thanks to Ian Usher for capturing this video!

**11/12/12 update- If you are interested in the V.A. download, please see this post.**



Presenting at the Education Leader’s Summer Institute

Showing some interaction's we've made at Miami

On stage showing some interaction's we've made at Miami. Photo by Ian Usher.

From the Adobe Website: “The Adobe Education Leader (AEL) program highlights the successes and contributions of innovative educators involved in Higher Education (Post-secondary – Public and Private Universities, Community Colleges, Vocational Schools) and K-12 Education (Primary and Secondary) utilizing Adobe tools and applications.”

Though the AEL program has been around for a few years, this year Adobe added 40 members from select international higher education institutions.

The Adobe Education Leader’s Summer Institute is a week long event that allows the AELs the opportunity to share their work with one another, discuss emerging trends in technology, preview upcoming software and help guide the development and marketing of Adobe software for use in education.

It was a great week in San Jose. I got the chance to meet many great minds and saw some cool uses of new technology!

Read more about the Adobe Education Leaders Program and view some AEL Profiles.