The company’s ISTE presence demonstrated how display technology can be crucial in the classroom
Panasonic, provider of professional display solutions for education, demonstrated its BF1 display technology at ISTE 2016.
The ISTE booth featured the new refined BF1 Series Multi-Touch Screen Display, now with Color Universal Design and Intel® Pro WiDi. The BF1 will be linked to 3 different devices (C2, tablet and phone) via Ormi-Exo-U. Ormiboard Pro is a visual creation and collaboration tool that helps teachers and students build lessons, activities, and interactive games for use in any classroom with displays and/or mobile devices.
“Panasonic is committed to continual improvement in performance, versatility, and efficiency in the education space,” says John Baisley, Senior Vice President, Visual & Imaging, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “We are driven by a desire to deliver a superior user experience beyond expectations while maintaining our industry-wide reputation for value, reliability, and quality.”
BF1 Series Multi-Touch Professional Displays
Successor to the LFB70 multi-touch panel display, the BF1 Series (available in 50-, 65-, and 80-inch sizes) has fully featured whiteboard software built in, allowing users to start work instantly with no need for a connected PC. Pages can be created, saved, and shared from the screen, or any media displayed and annotated on via a new easy-access sub-menu bar. Precision 12-point touch control and a new minimized menu bar make it easy to switch inputs and access tools at any time. The BF1 Series offers a wealth of wired connections, including single-cable DIGITAL LINK, delivering media from almost any source device, while content can be displayed together with whiteboard pages in Picture-in-Picture Mode—ideal for web conferencing. The BF1 Series also has a USB Memory Viewer supporting a variety of formats and eliminates the need for a connected PC—just insert a USB memory stick and start presenting.
A self-contained powerhouse geared towards efficiency in the classroom, the BF1 offers Color Universal Design for more clearly distinguishable color reproduction for those with color vision deficiencies and Intel® Pro WiDi for wireless media display via mobiles and PCs. A toughened screen with Anti-Glare (AG) treatment makes for clear visibility in bright conditions. Ideal for connecting people in remote locations needing to perform tasks in real time, the BF1 Series can also be adapted for interactive information display in any kind of educational situation. The BF1 Series is available now.