Tuesday, September 26, 2006

PS3 for classrooms

In a multimedia classroom, the use of PS3 to interact with the instructor through the build-in Wi-Fi

In the classrooms of the future, the use of multimedia equipment for teaching will be the norm. Currently, the state of the art classrooms equip the students with a proprietary device that can interact with questions and exercises posted through the projector by the instructor. The classrooms are equipped with Wi-Fi access where the students have a unique identifier and can answer questions online. In addition, the marks can be tallied in real-time.

The idea is to develop a similar software that runs on the Sony PS3 or any gaming or personal digital assistant that will also one day be as common as us wearing our shoes

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