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G.Cibulskis Video in Education

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Video in Education: Latest Trends in Visual Communication and Video Production

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G.Cibulskis Video in Education

  1. 1. Video in Education: Latest Trends in Visual Communication and Video Production Gytis Cibulskis, Head of E-Learning Technology Centre, Kaunas University of Technology, LITHUANIA
  2. 2. Main Trends of Video Technology • Ubiquitous video conferencing and recording • Video communication on the Web • Full HD and 4K resolution videos • Wide angle and 360 videos • Virtual Reality and Holograms • Robotic camera tracking • Robotic telepresence • Interactivity inside video content 2
  3. 3. Ubiquitous video conferencing and recording • Desktop and mobile video conferencing replacing legacy room systems • Cloud based services replacing in house infrastructure (e.g. Youtube for live streaming, Skype, Google Hangouts or Zoom for video conferencing) • Recording on smart phones replaces cameras 3
  4. 4. Video communication on the Web • Video communication is moving to the Web (no need for special apps, e.g. Jitsi, Vidyo Web) • Flash technology is due to end of life • HTML5 and WebRTC replacing Flash 4
  5. 5. Full HD, 4K and 8K resolution videos • Even smart phones can record and play 4K videos • Youtube provides support for 8K videos and free live streaming of 4K videos 5
  6. 6. Wide angle and 360º videos Drones with attached cameras Action cameras (GoPro, etc.) 360 cameras (Nokia Ozo, Samsung Gear 360, etc.) 360º stereoscopic cameras 6
  7. 7. Virtual and Augmented Reality Microsoft Hololens https://youtu.be/7d59O6cfaM0 HTC Vive, Oculus Rift Google Cardboard Samsung VR Gear 7
  8. 8. Robotic cameras Movement tracking robots (Swivl, Soloshot, etc.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SM3RX4PUm8A Shooting and tracking drones (e.g. Lily ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=az90yZiPxBg 8
  9. 9. Robotic telepresence Kubi robot for desktop https://vimeo.com/171826211 Double Robotics - moving robot https://youtu.be/Rml5GiRxtTs 9
  10. 10. Interactivity inside video content • https://h5p.org/interactive-video 10
  11. 11. Video conference in real live? https://youtu.be/JMOOG7rWTPg
  12. 12. Scenario? • Who is your target audience? • How many participants, what feedback? • What is more important: live broadcast or recording? • What we need to demonstrate? (slides, screen, ?)
  13. 13. Main scenarios of using video conferences and video lectures 1. Moderated interactive video lecture, when participants are connected from individual devices 2. Live streaming and recording of the lecture without interactivity 3. Invited remote speaker when students are sitting in auditorium 4. Video conference connecting several auditoriums 5. Ad hoc video conference connecting individual participants
  14. 14. Video conferences • Ad-hoc calls • Compatibility of equipment from different vendors • Hi quality of video and audio • Relatively small number of participants • All participants have equal rights • Limited moderation possibilities Features:
  15. 15. Web conferencing • Virtual environment where connected participants can communicate in real- time • Allows to connect big number of participants • Usually actively moderated and participants has different rights depending on their role • Has additional didactic tools (such as polling, questions to presenter, etc.) Features:
  16. 16. Convergence Common Features Video conferences Web conferences • Communication via chat • Moderation • Possibility to organise live stream to big number of participants • Recording and watching on demand • Integration
  17. 17. Quality factors? • Video and audio quality (camera, microphone, lighting, etc.) • Preparation (environment, presentation) • Moderation (number of participants, feedback) • Testing of technologies (network connection, computer and audio/video equipment)
  18. 18. Video systems available at KTU - Web conferencing / virtual classroom - Universal video conferencing solution - Tool for internal communication
  19. 19. Technical equipment Variety of solutions: I. Work place equipment II. Seminar room III. Universal portable solution IV. Conference room solution V. Fully automated auditorium 140Eur 350Eur 1500Eur ~12000Eur800Eur560Eur200Eur
  20. 20. Erasmus+ project Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices “ViSE - Video Systems in Education”
  21. 21. ViSE results planned • Interactive guidebook on implementation of video learning systems • Massive Open and Online Courses (MOOCs) to develop skills of staff towards implementation of video learning systems • Teaching practice with use of video learning systems • Pilot MOOCs are available at http://video-in.education: –Flipped Classroom –Videoconferencing in distance learning and guest teaching 21
  22. 22. Thank You for Your AttentionGytis Cibulskis gytis.cibulskis@ktu.lt http://linkedin.com/in/gytisc Join ViSE at http://video-in.education 22

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