Echo360 is a system that captures class lectures, and not just recordings of an instructor speaking, but has the ability to include computer-screen projections and other presentation materials. Other components of Echo360 allow faculty to perform personal captures from their work or home computers, and then converts them into podcasts, video, rich media, and more. It provides students with the ability to playback captures on-demand, from links in Blackboard courses or from links sent via Email. Echo360 Classroom Capture hardware (aka "appliances") and Personal Capture (PCAP) software provides an interface for lectures to be captured, packaged, and published.
With Hardware Capture, you can capture full motion from any VGA, DVI or HDMI-compliant enabled device, like document cameras, smart boards, and computers. Live Streaming to remote students is available if hardware is High Definition capable.
This article was updated: 02/27/2015