Video is the medium that moves the world, and educators who keep up with technology shifts are preparing their students to achieve in an ever-evolving global landscape.
The use of video and interactive technology is well established as a best practice in education, dating back to the days of TV display push carts. But with 65 percent of the population seen as visual learners, what began as a teaching aid is now indispensable to the education experience.
Even as displays increase in size and resolution, they may not be reaching their full audience. In an average classroom, 57 percent of students cannot read content on a 70-inch flat panel, according to data from Radius Global Market Research.
Clearly, the issue is one of scale. From classrooms to college lecture halls, the need for vibrant, impactful visuals that enhance the education experience is growing. Educators must be able to reach all students equally all the way to the back row.
high definition 1080p (and
up to WUXGA) resolution and
ultra short-throw projectors that
can reproduce visuals greater than 100 inches from just inches away—even
including intuitive finger touch models that turn a flat wall into an
interactive experience—panel technology simply can’t stand up to the size, brightness
and articulation offered by modern projection technology from leading brands
educators to fully invest in technology, it must be flexible, adaptable and
cost effective. Optoma’s Education First program allows educators in every K-12
and higher education institution to enrich their classrooms, lecture halls and
auditoriums with projection technology.
up-close with Optoma projectors and visualize how projection can transform your
classroom or lecture hall into a multimedia learning environment.
Reimagine the Classroom with
sheet details how educators can take advantage of deep discounts, enhanced tech
support, extended product warranties and even education-centric exclusives
through the Optoma Education First
to Optoma’s HDCast Pro and Amazon FireTV via onboard HDMI, or to Google
Chromecast through USB, puts Optoma projection at the front of edu-tainment
tech. Optoma ultra short-throw projectors also feature multiple inputs and
outputs, enhanced lamp life and a built-in speaker with a mounting system
that’s quick and easy to install.
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