Recently, I was asked to travel out to Austin, TX to explore a video conference company I was unfamiliar with prior to LSTechDay. With 80% of communication being nonverbal, the growing demand for online education, and a workforce that is becoming more remotely employed, the need for video conferencing solutions is a must for education. LifeSize is the company, a division of LogiTech, is a video conferencing solution from every
Florida Bloggers and Social Media Conference returned to be bigger and better than ever! Below are a few of the sketches from the event. One of my favorite is of the Ford After Party with the red carpet in the Full Sail University Backlot. (Click on any sketches to get a bigger version) These sketches tie into my presentation at FLBlogCon called “Widgets and Gadgets Take 2”. This is
I have been a Google Glass Explorer for about a month now. I have tested this product at conferences, theme parks, tech meetups, and through lots of everyday experiences. Many of the media and fellow explorers have opinions across the board on issues including privacy, features and price. However, it seems that everyone agrees battery life is a serious challenge, especially for continued use throughout the day. As a hardcore
Xtranormal is a great site for making 3D animated movies. I have always mentioned and showcased a couple examples of Xtranormal creations in my Multimedia Tools webinars. Sadly, Xtranormal recently posted that they will be closing all accounts and removing all the existing videos by July 31, 2013. This is what was posted on their blog: To our loyal Xtranormal community: What have we accomplished? Over the past 5+ years,
My Google Glass Explorer journey, in partnership with TriNet, started with an early morning flight to NYC from Orlando to visit the city that never sleep (I didn’t get much sleep either getting up at 4 am). I had a 3 pm appointment with the Google Glass team at Chelsea Market, so I had a few hours to explorer the city on foot before making my way there. Exploring the
I’m excited to announce a partnership with the Central Florida TriNet team. I was awarded the ability to become a Google Glass Explorer through the #ifihadglass promotion on Twitter and Google+. I’ll be among only 8,000 eligible Glass Explorers in the United States to have first access to the latest wearable technology made by Google. TriNet has been a huge supporter and promoter of the Central Florida tech and entrepreneurial community.