It’s no secret, everything in HD is better. HD sunglasses, HD audio, HD movies, it seems like everything today is HD. Well, so is KMK. In the summer of 2017, KMK unveiled the new KMK Studio – A Creative Lab, a space designed to provide KMK students with a new, modern video and media experience. 

” KMK has always strived to provide highly organized, simplified, accurate resources for optometry students. Our team is thrilled to be able to help bring these concepts to life for students using new technology for a better learning experience. ” 

– Co-Founder & CEO, Dr. Kyle Cheatham

Each Part 1 subject is now available in HD. KMK reproduced every Part 1 video for Optometry students to include sharper imagery, more content, and a better viewing experience. Each video now integrates robust diagrams in full-frame using the new KMK Whiteboard® technology.

Signature subscribers are invited to join Dr. Kyle Cheatham in the KMK Studio for each KMK Streamcast® to review concepts and stay on-track with their tactical 3 phase study plan. Additionally, the new KMK Booster Courses® for Optics, Pharmacology, and Ocular Anatomy/Disease will use this same facility.

” It really is a totally different experience. Being able to explain diagrams and formulas full screen is really going to help bring even more clarity to students review. ”

– 2017 KMK Instructor of the Year, Dr. Ryan Fenska

The KMK Whiteboard® allows students to engage in an interactive experience with the KMK instructor. This positions each diagram, image, and sketch full-screen for Optometry students, creating a better learning experience.   

HD videos will also be released in the KMK Part 2 course in the Fall of 2018.  If you are a Part 2 subscriber, don’t worry, we have innovations for you as well!  In the Fall of 2017, the Part 2 Crash Course will be released in November and will feature the KMK Whiteboard® and new HD videos shot in the KMK Studio.

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