The Kassillo Systems is created by the Jeneba Project to provide media education where there is little or no internet. The system is created solely using available electronic materials: a television monitor, a ROKU 2 XS internet TV box, and a hard drive. Where there is high speed internet the hard drive is unnecessary, since ROKU allows for a direct link to online media webs such as Vimeo and Sunimi. However, a hard drive is needed to operate the Kassillo Systems in areas where internet service is weak or unavailable.
A. The Hard Drive: Any hard drive can be used. All recorded visual teaching materials are saved on a central hard drive. There is no specific format requirement for the videos, but ROKU 2 XS provides various specifications for different systems and cables.
B. The Roku 2 XS Streaming Player
C. The Television: ROKO 2 XS is compatible with both HDTV and Standard TV. Therefore, the Kassillo Systems can be used with almost any television.
Note: A storage expansion slot is also on the ROKU 2 XS to help you increase your storage capacity for Roku apps with a microsD card.