Innovation in Education on the move

What problem are we going to solve?

We realize that education in schools is boring for students. Teachers have quite a problem when they want to get pupils interested in their lessons. As far as we all remember students were always taught at schools in a sitting position, often prone to yawning.

We know that pupils, especially at primary schools, are at the age when they simply like to move. Unfortunately, according to what has been widely accepted by teachers around the world, they cannot do this in class, they just have to sit and listen.

What is our solution?

Our mission is to make lessons in schools more fun for teachers and students. We want to prove that learning and having fun at the same time is possible.

We believe that movement is the pupils` best friend so we are trying to connect these things together by making educational applications operated by body gestures.

So far we have published four, ready to use, applications.

Kinect Quiz


Quiz allows teachers to build many databases for questions and answers. After that they are able to use them in classroom, where pupils choose their answers simply by moving their hands.


Kinect LearnLang


LearnLang is based on voice recognition, teachers have to build some kind of database too where each question consists of a picture and some text. Pupils have to say their answer in the foreign language and our software, through the Kinect device, will check if their pronunciation is correct.


Kinect Imqu


Imqu allows up to two students to participate in the game. The student who is closer to the sensor has the control and answers the question. The teacher can build his database in the app editor - gives a word and two possible answers in the form of pictures. Students choose correct pictures simply by moving their hands (over their heads).


Kinect Swiper


Swiper is an app (for Kinect and Windows) that allows you to navigate through your images using simple hand gestures. This app is a great tool to impress your audience while presenting and simply makes your presentations hardware-free.


Multitouch Table


Multitouch table project from Feb. 2011. This table is used in teaching English to primary and secondary students.


Who's behind this?

Tomasz Kowalczyk



Łukasz Rumiński


Karolina Anaszewska



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