At the International Society for Technology in Education's 2019 conference in Philadelphia, Conference Room Systems had a chance to speak with Karliss from Catchbox. Catchbox is known as the world's first, wireless throwable microphone. This lightweight microphone is designed to promote audience engagement in a fun way, allowing a speaker to toss the microphone to others in the room. The key concept of the Catchbox is to get conversations started, and Karliss says this is a great way to get any Q & A session going.
This week on ConferenceCast we interviewed CatchBox. Innovators in the AV world, Catchbox was sick of boring events and meetings and invented a fun, playful, throwable microphone to solve the problem. Learn about how they started, what they are doing now, and where they plan to go in the future.
Karlis can you say hello to everybody?