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Ardesia enables you to make colored free-hand annotations on your screen and record it. This is especially useful when making presentations, to highlight things or point out things of interest. Ardesia is XInput-Aware, so if you have a mouse, a graphic tablet, a touch screen or a whiteboard, you ... [More]
Below is our initial summary, it is restated in more detail in the wiki. Classroom feedback systems are gaining popularity in college and high-school classrooms. These systems are generally limited to 'clicker' technology which supports multiple-choice answering (think "ask the ... [More]
This software is used in the "Kinemathics" research project at the Embodied Design Research Laboratory, Graduate School of Education, UC Berkeley. It enables students to act out "proportional progressions" in which they raise their hands from a flat surface such that they ... [More]
We are developing a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for using the Nintendo Wii remote in physics experiments. By designing a graphical user interface we can take advantage of the accelerometers built into the Wiimote and use it in general physics experiments. This GUI is going to be designed for use by professors and students.