Here’s one of the world’s first touch-enabled 3LCD interactive projectors. The ultra-short throw BrightLink 595Wi delivers advanced connectivity options, PC-free interactivity capabilities, and interactivity over the network. It’s equipped with an external module that mounts directly to a wall or existing whiteboard enabling finger touch control and annotations. It supports gestures and the use of up to six fingers at the same time for annotations, as well as dual-pen support with small, compact interactive pens. With 3,300 lumens of color brightness and 3,300 lumens of white brightness, that means it delivers bright, dynamic images that capture students’ attention and engage them in learning. It also gives teachers more control within multi-device classrooms with the built-in Moderator functionality, allowing up to 50 computers, tablets and other handheld devices to be connected via the network. Teachers can wirelessly control which devices are displayed, with up to four participant screens shown simultaneously, ideal for comparing students’ work and increasing classroom participation. Also compatible with educational curriculum applications including Promethean ActivInspire, SMART Notebook™ 11, and MimioStudio™ classroom software, this cool device allows educators to make for greater interactivity among students.
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