Vidami allows players to loop, slow down, rewind, fast forward, and pause online video players, just by tapping the pedal with their foot. With Vidami, students ranging from beginner to professional can keep their hands on their instrument at all times during the learning process, enabling them to maintain focus and save valuable practice time.
“Vidami’s hands-free solution keeps players inspired and in the flow,” says Amy Hayashi-Jones, CEO and co-founder of Vidami. “Each day, millions of musicians turn to YouTube and other convenient online video platforms to learn, but there are obvious drawbacks to anyone learning a skill via video that requires both hands. Vidami changes online learning by putting the video controls at their feet and keeping their hands on their instrument.”
Vidami integrates with a user’s computer via USB cable and a browser extension that allows for the control of online video players such as YouTube, Vimeo and a number of premium tutorial channels. While the technology behind Vidami is sophisticated, it is easy to use and appropriate for students at all levels. Vidami’s intuitive design has five dedicated switches, which allow musicians to easily access powerful learning tools that fully realize the potential of YouTube and other subscriber-based video platforms, empowering students by accelerating their progress and saving time.
Company Name: Vidami
Contact Person: Amy Hayashi-Jones
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Address:551 Calle San Pablo
State: CA 93012
Country: United States