General Operation and Uses of Interactive Whiteboard
♦ An interactive whiteboard (IWB) device can either be a standalone computer or a large, functioning touchpad for computers to use.
♦ A device driver is installed on the attached computer so that the interactive whiteboard can act as a Human Input Device (HID), like a mouse. The computer's video output is connected to a digital projector so that images may be projected on the interactive whiteboard surface.
♦ The user then calibrates the whiteboard image by matching the position of the projected image in reference to the whiteboard using a pointer as necessary. After this, the pointer or other device may be used to activate programs, buttons and menus from the whiteboard itself, just as one would ordinarily do with a mouse. If text input is required, user can invoke an on-screen keyboard , utilize handwriting recognition. This makes it unnecessary to go to the computer keyboard to enter text.
♦ Thus, an IWB emulates both a mouse and a keyboard. The user can conduct a presentation or a class almost exclusively from the whiteboard.
♦ In addition,the Interactive Whiteboard is supplied with software that provides tools and features specifically designed to maximize interaction opportunities. These generally include the ability to create virtual versions of paper flipcharts, pen and highlighter options, and possibly even virtual rulers, protractors, and compasses—instruments that would be used in traditional classroom teaching.Interactive whiteboards promotes collaboration among students and group discussion and participation. They can be an effective tool for brainstorming due to the fact that notes can be taken on the board and saved to be shared and distributed to students later.
Uses for interactive whiteboards may include:
♦ Running software that is loaded onto the connected PC, such as a web browsers or other software used in the classroom.
♦ Capturing and saving notes written on a whiteboard to the connected PC
♦ Capturing notes written on a graphics tablet connected to the whiteboard
♦ Controlling the PC from the white board using click and drag, markup which annotates a program or presentation
♦ Using OCR software to translate cursive writing on a graphics tablet into text
♦ Using an Audience Response System so that presenters can poll a classroom audience or conduct quizzes, capturing feedback onto the whiteboard
Features of 50 inch Interactive Whiteboard
♦ Multi-point touch support
♦ Comes with multi-funtion software
♦ Comes with WIFI(optional)
♦ Equiped with multiple signal interfaces
♦ Aluminum alloy body with front access touch frame module
♦ Intelligent black board detecting features(Once black board activated, LED backlit off)
♦ Available in a wide range of sizes: 50”, 65”, 70”,85” and 98”
Specification of Interactive conference whiteboard:
50”Interactive conference whiteboard
Max Output Power
Toughened Glass with Level 7 of Mohs Standard
Infrared System(3 points writing and 6 points touch)
Full-speed USB 2.0 (driver free)
Over 80,000 hrs
1*USB3.0 and 1*USB2.0
ARM Cortex A7 Quad-Core
Be in writing mode when boot-up
17ms writing delay time, the ultimate real-time writing experience.
make annotating anywhere
3 points writing and 6 points touch
Multi-choice of writing pen thicknesses, colors and background colors
Support gestures erase
HDMI/VGA input,1080p support
Windows mirror(need to install a software)
DLNA:support picture, audio, video, office, PDF
Mobile Virtual Air Mouse
Mobile Virtual Keyboard
start any app in touch panel by mobile
Screen mirror back to mobile, 1 frame/s
Office Suite preloaded
Office Suite and ES browser preloaded
A Third party Email Client is preloaded
Wall-hanging Screw Spec
AC Power Cable