Students searching for an innovative way to learn details and academic facts in a similar way to flip cards, might be interested in a new solution called Quizflip, and electronic version of the humble flashcard. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the world’s first electronic flash card which is being created by a team of developers based in Boulder, California.
Quizflip has this month launched via Indiegogo to raise the required funds needs to make the jump into production. “It’s the best solution for focused learning. It combines the ease of using paper flashcards and powerful spaced repetition algorithms. It fits in a shirt pocket. All this without the battery drain and constant distraction from phone notifications.”
The small pocket sized electronic flashcard device is now available to early bird backers for $79 offering a 33 percent saving off the recommended retail price of $119, which will take effect once the Indiegogo campaign concludes. Worldwide shipping is expected to take place during November 2018.
“With the fl!P, you can learn languages, historical dates, anatomy, and much more, from anywhere and without any social media or other distractions. It brings together the power of flashcards and proven learning strategies without the bulkiness and hassle of keeping huge folders organised”. For more information jump over to the official Indiegogo crowdfunding website.
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