LUMA1 now includes screen recording making it simple and fast to show your team how to use new software, train them on a new process, or share a presentation. Once recorded, add knowledge checks, polls, survey questions, forms, and tracking. Getting your point across has never been easier!Read More
It’s great to see our team onsite working with customers. Pictured here are Paul Newman and Cosmo Barran working with a new customer Brew and Bottle Ltd in Milton Keynes, UK (another customer Air Products showed up as well)Read More
When Paul Newman, our Director in the UK was asked to help his daughter’s school with some video production, he took the opportunity to go further. It was a chance for him to try out one of our recommended tools for simple video production, the DJI Pocket 2. He stayed back a few sunny days after school and (a few not so sunny) and got to work, dusting off his old skills. Paul then edited the videos in another simple tool, Adobe Rush.Read More
As video becomes the communication medium of choice, businesses are making more of it. Interactive video offers viewers a new way of navigating and engaging with video to make the experience more efficient and satisfying.Read More
The platform also offers spontaneous translation, transcription and synthetic voice in 12 different languages. Video learning modules can be created using LumaOne and inserted into an event program. Recorded event content can be repackaged and embedded with content for an after-market experience, says Montreal-based John Hudson, CEO, LumaOne Corporation.Read More
LumaOne, a global leader in interactive video today announced that it won a Gold Excellence in Technology award from the Brandon Hall Group.
“The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the digital transformation of work, school, commerce, and virtually every other aspect of our lives. The important role video has played in this transformation is significant and LumaOne is at the forefront of this allowing organizations to combine video with interactivity, assessments, surveys and other content to create shorter, more impactful learning experiences and to communicate with more clarity than ever before,” said LumaOne CEO John Hudson.Read More
At the beginning of this year, January 2020 Luma One Corporation agreed to partner with London based agency Insitu. Insitu has extensive experience delivering interactive learning for their clients around the globe and they have grown from being a video production company. It’s a perfect fit.
The first thing Insitu wanted to do was create a bit of generic content in the platform, so they scripted ‘Booty Boots’ - a fictional story acted in the studio with a number of interactions built in.
What they didn’t know as they went into the studio was that is going to be the last video production for a while. How long?Read More
An Ottawa-based company is teaching kids the importance of washing your hands. LumaOne created an online interactive game which shows the proper way to wash. It also shows how germs are spread.
"It teaches you to wash your hands, cause nobody wants to get the coronavirus" says 9-year-old Kyla.Read More
A new plugin for LumaOne connects the interactive video-based learning and analytics leader with the widely used content management system (CMS) WordPress. The plugin simplifies LumaOne's robust creating process by seamlessly connecting the learning environment with the CMS.Read More