Chalk talk. reimagined
We created Prof Behind The Glass to bring lightboard technology to life.
Prof Behind The Glass was born of the frustration that comes with teaching a complex subject matter online and having to constantly turn our backs to our audience to write on whiteboards.
Our goal is to make online connections without losing the magic of an in person presentation experience.
plug it in.
turn it on...
CHANGE THE WORLD.
Simply place the glass between you and the camera and write away.
Say goodbye confusing online experiences, and a disengaged audience.
GAME (FACE) ON.
When you stand behind the glass, you face your audience, staying connected as you present.
Distance learning happens when a prof turns their back on their class to write across a whiteboard. With Prof Behind The Glass, you'll never have to turn your back on your audience again.
Connect with customers
from behind the glass
IN YOUR OWN TIME.
Wherever you are, and wherever your clients are, no longer matters.
Prof Behind The Glass is a Virtual Selling Studio that enables business professionals to make meaningful connections with customers all over the world, without the carbon footprint, nor the time and expense of travel.
ONLINE LEARNING IS NOT DISTANCE LEARNING
A professor has a responsibility is to ensure that every single one of our students walks away excited, engaged, and inquisitive about their subject matter.
This happens when we bring the teaching experience up close. This happens when we make eye contact. When we engage. When we communicate clearly, and write freely.
This happens from Behind The Glass.
made for universities, schools and business
JOIN THE WORLD'S GREATEST TEACHERS.
If Pablo Picasso painted in a time of the internet, he would have painted from behind the glass. Already, he did...
From his home in Vallauris, Picasso would paint on a sheet of glass, with a camera rolling behind. It was the artistic precursor to the Prof Behind The Glass.
Join the world's greatest teachers.
And above all, change the world...
From behind your glass.