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As we approach the end of 2015 and the beginning of 2016, it's time to take a look back at how far we've come in just 365 days. As a startup in an industry filled with giants, we feel like we've done well not just keeping our heads above the water, but outpacing all the slower swimmers. 2016 will be an even more amazing year for us (more on that later), but for now, we felt it would be nice to gloat...er...look back with pride on our successes this year.
However, it wouldn't be possible to do that if it weren't for you guys. Without our customers, without the IT professionals, without the resellers, integrators, and AV gurus, we wouldn't be here today. We're happy to be your wireless presentation solution, and in 2016, we hope to be the solution for a lot more meeting rooms around the world. Wireless collaboration has invaded businesses, schools, churches, and government offices everywhere, and it has the terrible side effect of making us all more productive, more communicative, and more efficient. Thank you for helping us lead the charge against boring slideshows and monotony.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, a great war was fought and won for the independence of the galaxy. As we look back through the lense of time, we're offered a unique look at how the Rebel Alliance leveraged teamwork and cooperation over sheer technological strength to achieve victory. But where are the roots of this achievement? How did the Rebel Alliance work together as such a cohesive military?
Space is big lately, and there’s no place it’s bigger than education. An entire generation of scientists, engineers, doctors, and other world-changers are growing up around us. We, as adults, have a responsibility to not only teach the next generation, but to make the things they learn interesting.
Space offers an interesting opportunity to showcase the kind of collaborative learning our product is known for, but it’s also just a fun thing to think about. Here, we’ll use the popular spaceflight simulator, Kerbal Space Program, along with a couple of mods and, of course, the wePresent. Our objective is to create a realistic simulation of what a mission to space would be like.
The feature rich wePresent line focuses on one of its most popular features, the quadrant display.
The professor draws the equation out on the whiteboard, the room filling with the tang of dry-erasemarker as he fervently sets the problem up for the class to solve. He steps aside, sets the marker down, and surveys his own work for mistakes before turning around.