Aiming to increase student engagement and collaboration, Sharp‘s AQUOS BOARD interactive display systems are designed for 24/7 use, offer wireless capability, multi-point touch and seamlessly work with IOS, Android, Windows and OS X mobile platforms.
Demonstrated at Sharp’s InfoComm 2016 booth, attendees could draw, annotate and create on the AQUOS BOARD’s surface to experience the solution’s capabilities for themselves.
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In the audio category, companies such as Listen Technologies and Media Vision showcased various assistive listening devices to enhance student’s hearing in lecture halls, auditoriums and other large, often noisy venues.
See more educational products and solutions displayed at InfoComm 2016 by viewing this slideshow.