Reallusion joined over 15,000 educators and tech leaders from around the world in Atlanta for the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) expo. Attendees come to ISTE each year to learn about technological advancements in the classroom and sharing of ideas that promote hands-on technology experiences for students.
Over 300 teachers and students spent time talking with us during the event and saw demonstrations of CrazyTalk7, CrazyTalk Animator2 and iClone for presentations, e-learning and teaching animation. Many educators already have multimedia based learning modules and were looking for a way to incorporate animation into their curriculum or were there looking into innovative apps to use on their newly equipped iPads or laptops.
Reallusion’s solutions for the classroom are showcased at http://education.reallusion.com where you’ll find many case studies and classroom examples. From 2D to 3D animation, Reallusion’s software and apps provide educators and students of K-12 and higher education with a classroom kit for introducing animation to students of any age or skill-level.
Beyond the classroom, Reallusion’s software is also at work with serious animation for e-learning and online assessments at Atlanta based, CEB (Corporate Executive Board) a global company that provides Fortune 500 businesses with advanced online assessments through animated business simulations. The CEB team visited the Reallusion booth for insight into our upcoming features of iClone6 and discussion about their use of iClone on a daily basis to produce animation simulations for T-Mobile, American Express, Swarovski and more. It was great to meet Missy, Brian and see one of our very own trainers, James Martin.
The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE®) is the premier membership association for educators and education leaders engaged in advancing excellence in learning and teaching through the innovative and effective uses of technology in PK–12 and teacher education. Home to the ISTE Conference and Expo and the widely adopted ISTE Standards (formerly known as the NETS), ISTE represents more than 100,000 professionals worldwide and is a dedicated education technology advocate. Visitiste.org for more information.
Part idea incubator and part collaborative workspace, ISTE’s conference and expo brings educators of all types and grade levels together to share discoveries and develop solutions for their greatest challenges—all while connecting to a global network of education resources.