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Inside Sharp’s InfoComm 2016 Booth

Sharp discusses its PN-L803C AQUOS BOARD interactive display, Touch Viewer software and much more of its display technology at InfoComm 2016.

CI Staff

Sharp Electronics’ focus for InfoComm 2016 was to demonstrate how simple it is to collaborate and engage with content through the use of its various interactive display technologies, including its PN-L803C AQUOS BOARD interactive display and brand new wide board mode software and Touch Viewer software.

When utlized with the PN-L803C, the wide board mode software allows users to draw, annotate and create on an expansive canvas, helping to increase collaboration in environments where working together matters most, such as in workplaces and education. 

Two 1920 x 1080 HD Resolution screens are placed next to each other to create an expansive canvas and feature edge to edge capacitive touch technology. The AQUOS BOARDs also offer 10 points of multi-touch.

Sharp’s Touch Viewer software is a touch-operated onscreen user interface that allows users to import multiple types of documents.

“Whether they be JPEGs, PowerPoints or movies, you can important them all into one large workspace and then collaborate with each other,” says Steve Brauner, senior product manager for Sharp’s Professional Display division.

All annotations are saved in a layout for users to open and use at a future time. 

Learn more from Sharp with our virtual tour of its InfoComm 2016 booth:

InfoComm 2016: Sharp from EH Media on Vimeo.

Check out siica.sharpusa.com/Professional-Displays for more information on Sharp’s Professional Displays.

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