Present my screen:
You can easily share your screen with the rest of the room with a click of a button.
Stop any current screen sharing including those started by other students or presenters.
You can now pause an active stream on the display, leaving up a static piece of content, freeing up your device to undertake other activities.
Play a video direct:
Play high-quality videos (both internet-based and local) straight from the Vivi Receiver, meaning the video is streaming directly from your hard-wired internet, and not slowing down your WiFi network. This also gives you the ability to retain control over your device while the video plays. You also have the option to queue videos so you're not spending time searching for the next one to play.
In the app you’ll be given a list of all students who can be given control, all you need to do is click on their name.
If you have an internet link you want to share with the class, simply paste in the link and it will pop-up on the Vivi App of every user connected to your room.
Capture a screenshot:
By pressing the Capture Screenshot button you or your students will screenshot the screen being presented, which can then be annotated, saved and downloaded.
Collaborate with our Annotation Suite:
There is the option to annotate on a captured screenshot or on a blank Virtual Whiteboard, which can be used by students to take notes during class or by teachers to present a lesson to a central display, from anywhere in the room.
You can add an extra level of privacy to your room, by using room codes. Everyone in the classroom must enter a four-digit code to join the room.
When toggled on, everyone in the class will have presenter privileges. For this to occur; you must have room codes enabled.
Create a code for a guest to use for 1-24 hours, for that room. The guest will have the same capabilities as the presenter, apart from being able to create more guest codes.
You have the ability to temporarily combine the Vivi-enabled displays in separate rooms to create one flexible learning space, with multiple displays.
This creates a 2 second delay between the presenters device and the screen, allowing the file to buffer for smooth video play.
This allows teachers to stop students from screenshotting content that being presented to the room display.
This setting enables subtitles on any videos with subtitles in either SSA, VTT or SRT formats.
Remember with Vivi, the teacher is always in control. When a student connects to the Vivi App, they will have limited options available unless Open Access has been activated by the teacher.
This is a way for the student to virtually put their hand up, indicating to the teacher they are interested in sharing their screen.
Students have a number of interactive options including the ability to annotate on a screenshot of what's being presented, on a blank Virtual Whiteboard or on an image selected from their device.
By pressing the Capture Screenshot button students will screenshot the screen being presented, which can then be annotated, saved and downloaded.
Students have the ability to control their own presentation display settings including Movie Mode, Privacy Mode and Subtitles.