Designed in 50, 65 and 80-inch formats, this display equipment incorporates function touch control of 12 points and Intel Pro Widi technology, which allows you to transmit different types of file instantly.
Already is available in the market the screen interactive BF1 of Panasonic, equipment, designed for use in educational and business environments which are differentiated because they do not need a PC to operate and, in addition, it features an intuitive interface that allows you to start work immediately and create notes in any format.
As already is published in Digital AV Magazine, this screen was presented in the last edition of ISE and is marketed in format of 50, 65 and 80 inches with function of control touch of 12 points and a bar of menu floating, that facilitates them tasks of modification of entries, drawing, enlargement and reduction of the image with an only gesture.
"BF1 series has been enhanced with Intel Pro Widi technology, which allows users to transmit various file types to display instantly. "In addition, the applications integrated allow display of way simultaneous video, images static and documents from of several devices, since has with format multi mode based in screen divided", says Enrique Robledo, director of Marketing of Panasonic for Europe.
The series BF1 incorporates a screen anti-glare that offers a visibility clear in all the conditions of light, as well as several connections by cable, included the technology Digital Link, that allows the distribution of data of media from computers, players Blu-ray and documents.
The use of interactive screens from Panasonic is widespread in the education sector. You can see an example in the At Belfast Queen's University where they have installed 18 LCD multitouch interactive displays LFB70 in the dissecting room of the Medical Biology Centre. "The laboratory has become a truly interactive space. Teachers told us that the way we teach has changed and students actively interact with technology, "says Stuart Ogg, a member of the multimedia services of the university.
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