USP Open Day 2011 on Wiffiti


Wiffiti is an application which is used for real-time display of text messages and tweets on big-screens for view by the public. It is very commonly used in sports stadiums, concerts, gallery openings, and corporate conferences. In fact I came across Wiffiti in one of the corporate booths at the Moodle Moot Conference, July 2011, at the Sydney Convention Centre , Sydney, Australia.


Click this link to go to the Wiffiti1!

Click this link to go to Wiffiti 2!

Once you’ve signed up for a Wiffiti account, you are able to customize your own screen, and once your screen is published, you will be provided with a code which people could use to send SMS messages or tweets to your screen. And people send these messages from anywhere in the world. Shown above are 2 screens that I made for my institutions Open Day.

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About Vilimaka on cruiselyna
Science teacher educator. Online teaching and learning. Use of web-based technologies in education.

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