Previously in our “Multi-camera video deposition made easy for attorneys with IPEVO” blog post, we mentioned how IPEVO document cameras and Visualizer’s Picture-in-Picture (PiP) help made two-camera deposition easy for lawyers. Today, we are going to show you 7 more ways to use IPEVO Visualizer’s PiP feature:
1. Show your art talent
Be it streaming live or recording video tutorials, show your painting talent by using PiP. You can use the main window to focus on your painting skills and the pinned mini window to share some color mixing tips.
*Note: Recording in PiP is only available for macOS 10.12 or above.
2. Record robot demonstrations
Teach your students how to build a robot and control its movements by using PiP to show the process in real-time. You’ll find this useful for your STEM lessons.
3. Record UX testing
PiP can be a big help for usability testing. You’ll be able to observe and record participants’ interaction with the test device and their reactions at the same time.
4. Play board games
Playing board games remotely with your friends or family can be made more interactive through PiP. Use one window to display the board game and the other to show yourself playing it.
5. Teach geography lessons
Make geography lessons more engaging for your students with PiP. Use the main window to show text explanations on the formation process of different types of rock and the mini window to show the respective rock specimen.
6. Learn sign language
Use PiP to teach and learn sign language by allocating the main window for displaying the finger spelling chart and the mini window for real-time demonstrations.
7. Present events
Make your presentations more dynamic by using PiP to create a two-view presentation.
We hope the 7 ways listed above can help head start your PiP experience. If you wish to learn more about how to set up a PiP session with IPEVO document cameras, check out the following video: