The Era of Interactive Displays
Making Big Impressions from Classrooms to Conference Rooms
We live in an age today where items of yesterday are digitized into brand new modern products. Previously a mainstay of classrooms, teachers wrote on blackboards with chalk, but though it was cheap, people realized that the cleaning process would be taxing and time-consuming. In the meeting rooms, executives used whiteboard with marker pens, but the cost of refilling ink can be quite an expensive and potentially messy ordeal.
Users of the past were just limited to their ability to write and draw well, whereas interactive display solutions, such as the Sharp AQUOS Board, allow educators to upload images directly onto the screen, giving a clearer and more vivid picture to inspire future generations.
Presenting in front of crowd in a corporate environment can be a very intimidating experience. The effect is made even more apparent when the audience, such as an important client, might fully understand what’s going on. Thankfully, interactive displays like the Sharp AQUOS Board feature multi-touch support, allowing presenters to easily zoom in and out of an image using two fingers. This allows the presenter to better highlight a certain point, giving a clearer picture to his or her audience.
Besides that, the use of interactive displays is beneficial to the environment. The reduction of chalks and markers usage replaced by one’s own finger serves to eliminate the need to rush out and buy more writing supplies. For instance, the Intuitive Sharp Pen Software Application available on the Sharp AQUOS Board allows users to write on the display boards using their own fingers or touch pen.
Additionally, interactive display boards in the workplace could also double as a video conferencing device. For example, the Sharp AQUOS Board – available in 60”, 70” and 80” variants – allows audiences to conduct video conferences in the corporate boardroom without losing sight of the person on the other end. Besides work, these displays also double as televisions, providing entertainment as well as productivity support.
With the advancement of interactive display solutions, even more modern technologies like the LCD projectors would soon be considered antiquated. The ability to clearly illustrate and manipulate information is key to every good presentation, which makes interactive displays like the Sharp AQUOS Board an indispensable tool to every good presenter.