Simulcast Lectures: A Lecture Content Recording and Annotation System

Simulcast Lectures is an innovative lecture content annotation, capture, and management system being developed by team of undergraduates at the University of California, San Diego.

Lecturer's Laptop Podium with Integrated Touchscreen and Computer Projector Student Laptops and Devices Web Frameworks
Simulcast Diagram

The project was conceptualized on February 21st, 2010 by James McCloskey and Kevin Crossan.  In the time since then, the team has produced three user interfaces for lecturers to use and expanded its focus to include web-based lecture content management, student polling features, and exploring new touchscreen technologies.  As of Q1 2011, there are over fifteen engineers on the Simulcast Lectures team.

Simulcast Lectures is currently a Teams in Engineering Service (TIES) project, which graciously provides funding as well.  The project was initially funded by Intel.