Epson announced a range of ultra-short-throw education projectors at BETT UK featuring its first finger-touch interactive product. The EB-595Wi enables users to interact with the projected image just by using their fingers.
This allows teachers and students to get hands-on and take control, making lessons and lectures more engaging. The EB-595Wi enables teachers, lecturers and students to use up to 6 points of finger-touch, or either of its two interactive pens, to annotate directly onto the projected image. This makes it easier to write notes, draw diagrams or illustrate over videos.
It’s also easy (with the touch of a finger ) to use the on-screen controls to change slides, choose inputs, or even save an illustration.
The EB-595Wi is part of the new EB-5 ultra-short-throw projector range, featuring both interactive and non-interactive models, WXGA and XGA resolutions, and an improved light output of up to 3300 lumens compared to the previous series.
All of the EB-5 series projectors have optional wireless capability, making them easy to share content from a range of smart devices using the iProjection App3 . The moderator function allows teachers and students to share their content simultaneously. Teachers remain in control since they can choose when to display student content – ideal for interaction in a collaborative teaching or training environment.