One word? Glorious! But let’s not be ridiculous, we can’t possibly sum up all the experiences we and our visitors had during those 4 days into one word. Rather than trying to make is short, let us describe in better detail what was it like for us to be once again in the spotlight and try to retell the reactions we were getting from you, our precious community.
As we happily shared earlier, this year’s BETT was completely different for us. For starters, we had our own booth in the Microsoft Village and we were the only ones there demoing Microsoft HoloLens, so you probably can imagine the buzz. It was really intense and we loved it! And guess who came to stop by? Anthony Salcito!
See also this pic from Olly Lewis, who shared his love on Twitter and also gave us a shout out on his blog. Thank you Olly!
What a conference would it be if we hadn’t have brought any news to it? We prepared well and at this one, we launched a brand new feature: Lifeliqe integrated with Microsoft Teams app. We were also lucky to have the opportunity to present it on stage (see pics) and we must say, people were loving it! A big thanks also goes to our dear Olivier Dijkmans, who gave us the helping hand presenting. See the video!
We had lots of fruitful conversations at our booth. The following Periscope stream captures a conversation about how Lifeliqe could be used with Minecraft, between Martin from Lifeliqe and Katja Borregaard, an awesome Minecraft ambassador.
We didn’t need to wait for a response. Watch this one by Ben Kelly:
Obviously, there’s a lot of media attention around BETT and we are excited we could take part as well. Our educational content was of great interest for example from DisruptiveTV and we also appeared in couple of videos by Microsoft Education.
And as it happened, our mates Mark Anderson and Steve Bambury disclosed a periodic table or AR/VR apps during BETT and guess what? Lifeliqe was there. Can you find us?
You’re getting the idea about how busy was it about now, don’t you? Believe us that we’d like to highlight every single one of the visitors that came to our booth, because even though it was hard work, we love to hear your stories, your experiences and your feedback. We are really thankful and if we inspired at least a couple of educators that learning science can be different, that’s good enough for us. Because the change takes its time and we are glad to be a part of it. So thank you so much once again and see you next time!