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1. About EyA

EyA stands for "Enhance your Audience". It is the name given to the automated system used to record continuosly complete traditional Maths and Physics lectures and of international conferences (with parallel sessions), seminars, talks, etc.

EyA technologies can be used as educational content producer for e-Learning, mobile Learning, YouTube, etc.

This new release OpenEyA-for-YouTube produces synchronized .mp4 video files with one or two different viewpoints. It is easy-to-use and is cost effective!

Previous version of the automated EyA recording system was reviewed in the Physics World Magazine in 2007, won the Innovation Prize of Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia of Italy in the non-profit and public institutions category in 2008 and got a honorable mention in the Education category of the Stockholm Challenge Award 2010.

This OpenEyA-for-YouTube version is the Linux-based alternative to EyA developed earlier under Mac O.S. (For comments see section Contacts).

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1.1 OpenEyA-for-YouTube Features

OpenEyA integrates different technologies under Linux O.S. Ubuntu 20.04 to synchronize:

  • video in .mp4 format (to see whatever happens in front of, e.g., a classroom podium),
  • screen captures from OpenEyA’s computer, or with frame pictures taken from the video or, alternatively, from a second view (using a USB high resolution, Linux compatible webcam to focus specific areas of the classroom podium, blackboard and/or projected screen -if any),
    and with
  • classroom audio (without the need to wear a microphone).

In this way, OpenEyA allows to archive and share traditional scientific lectures and talks carried out using, for instance, very large chalkboards found in classrooms and/or using digital presentations (PPT, PDF, animations, etc).

It is innovative because of these main features:

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