This year's 2012 BETT Show was a great success thanks to all of you who visited and participated in Reallusion's stand, where we had the chance to showcase the new and revolutionary iClone5 3D animation engine!
At the show, Reallusion had the great pleasure to meet with teachers and educators from all corners of the earth who were excited to learn how they can now easily animate their own lesson plans with their students, thanks to iClone5's powerful new motion capturing capabilities that literally allow anyone to animate with a Microsoft Kinect camera.
Visitors were amazed to witness all the powerful features in iClone5 which included; 3D character creation from 2D photos, audio lip-syncing with audio files, quick character puppeteering, real-time physics and easy prop importation. Besides demoing iClone5's easy animation procedure, Reallusion also presented teachers with clever ideas on how to use iClone in almost any class subject! Teachers were surprised to learn how easy it is to create and animate their own solar systems, their own history reenactments, or even how to use iClone5 to simulate real-world physics for students to learn and practice their arithmetic.
At the show, Reallusion also partnered up with our friends at Radiowaves who won the "ICT Company of the Year" award at BETT! The judges included key government agencies, teachers and local authority representatives that recognized Radiowaves innovation in the spirit of Web 2.0.
BETT visitors were able to experience Radiowave's online platform for internet radio, podcasts, videos and blogs for the classroom, and even have a chance to learn about the "CrazyTalk Network" to see student-made animations, news, tutorials and classroom ideas in one school-safe website. Congratulations to Radiowaves for a well-deserved award!