LeadMe: What are the different modes?

LeadMe empowers educators to unleash the full potential of Lumination Learning Labs with the ease of a single tablet.

The LeadMe software provides teachers with the ability to control their environment and experiences within a Lumination Learning Lab. LeadMe fully automates the classroom, making it easy to set up the classroom ready for experiential learning with three modes.

Classroom Mode

Classroom Mode turns the Lab into a flexible classroom environment for a variety of use cases, like station-based learning using augmented reality. Utilise the projectors as presentation or media displays.

Classroom Mode enables educators to configure the Lab’s projectors for various use cases, including presentations, media displays, and augmented reality (AR) applications. This mode will open the blinds and curtains, creating a well-lit environment, ideal for traditional teaching methods, discussions and and station-based learning.

Presentation Mode

Presentation Mode is designed to elevate presentations and encourage collaboration within the Lumination Learning Lab. This dynamic mode transforms the Lab into a presentation space equipped with projector screens. These screens can display content for group interactions, presentations, and multimedia displays.

Presentation Mode will also close the blackout blinds and curtains, enhancing the presentation experience. This mode is an ideal choice for educators seeking to conduct captivating and interactive presentations while encouraging group activities, discussions, and multimedia engagement.

VR Mode

In VR Mode, Lumination Learning Labs transforms the classroom into an immersive learning environment, transcending the boundaries of traditional education. LeadMe sets the stage for immersive Virtual Reality (VR) learning experiences, and automatically launches VR software on the PCs.

VR Mode will also close the blackout blinds and curtains, creating a fully immersive environment, allowing students to deeply engage with virtual worlds, simulations, and AR applications.

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