Seminar room and training for manufacturing

  • Technology that fuels interactive learning

    From small classrooms and lecture halls, to auditoriums and theatres, Panasonic has a full line of interactive projectors, Panaboards and displays that transform static presentations and lectures into multimedia, collaborative experiences that give students the keys to their own learning.

    Collaborate in high definition

    Panasonic interactive displays give instructors the power to create visually rich, interactive presentations that engage students in crystal-clear HD video.

    Up to four instructors and students can work directly on the display. They can make notes, zoom, page through presentations, even draw. When everyone is finished, capturing the work is as easy as emailing it to the class. Collaboration can extend beyond the display, and even the classroom. Students can broadcast images and presentations from their tablets or PCs wirelessly from inside the room or via Ethernet if they are at a different campus. And Panasonic SLOT2.0 architecture lets you to add a wide array of optional plug-in boards — including an onboard PC — so you have a fully featured computer and display all in one.

  • Projectors that enable sharing ideas

    New interactive projectors that use infrared technology to provide the same capabilities as whiteboards are increasingly popular. Instructors and students use interactive pens to write on the projected image and then store notes or figures in a computer. Collaborative tools, such as Wireless Manager, enable students to transmit their work from their laptop onto the screen for easy viewing and classroom discussion.

    Highlights of Panasonic interactivity

    • Multiple writing with different colours and thicknesses
    • Mouse operation by pen to switch teaching materials
    • Wireless transmission from iOS devices diversifies teaching materials
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