Intellisense is now giving away LabCamera for STEM teachers


Intellisense is an educational software technology specialist, active in the field of image processing, augmented reality, data logging and data analysis, cloud computing and cross platform development.

The flagship product of Intellisense is LabCamera, an award-winning webcam based natural science observation and data logging laboratory software suite.

Intellisense was established in 2010. Since then they created a wide-ranging software stack with LabCamera, MediaCamera, Matek, Fizika, ClapMotion and CubiLab.

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Multi-award winning science laboratory software LabCamera, after 5M+ sold licenses, is now free for teachers. Designed by Intellisense to spice up lessons and grab pupils’ attention, LabCamera is an innovative Science exploration app which allows teachers and pupils to explore scientific concepts using either their own device’s built-in camera, or any external camera.

Using LabCamera, users simply point their camera at what they would like to observe or just load a pre-recorded video and make their measurements and analysis on it. There are seven modules which enable classroom scientists to carry out  observations, experiments and measurements. The app allows pupils to record time-lapse videos to observe the slow processes in nature, track objects, draw and analyze motion diagrams in real time, reveal the unseen patterns in motion, log data and eventurn their cameras into a microscope and measure the size of a cell.

“With LabCamera students are able to work as a group,” said Kyle Tidwell of Portland State University. “That collaborative effort brought about more questions which gave them a richer, deeper, more empowered learning experience.”

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Jeremy Burnett, CTL’s director of IT and Engineering: “We’re really excited to provide this strong set of STEM tools at no extra cost, enhancing curriculum and reducing the need for costly laboratory equipment.”

The resources help teachers to integrate technology into their lessons, and feature fully detailed lesson plans with sample videos and step-by-step descriptions on how to conduct the experiment. Users are encouraged to build them directly into their lesson or just get inspired and create their own ones!

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