To liven up a lecture or spice up a media event, the Catchbox tossable microphone is a new approach to audience participation.
While traditional microphones require operators, the Catchbox is easily linked to media consoles via simple radio frequencies that won’t affect other transmissions in the area. The mic itself is toy-like and can be tossed and dropped without the fear of damaging or breaking internal components.
The lecture environment can be a boring one so by adding the Catchbox professors can encourage student engagement through the fun game of ‘hot potato.' Media events can be chaotic with multiple individuals speaking at once so by adding this device into the mix, everyone’s voice can be heard and interruption can be kept to a minimum.