Wynnum State High Science Lab Upgrade
Wynnum State High School has rolled out another batch of Epson Projector Upgrades. Here in the science labs, we are using an Epson EB-685W Ultra-Short Throw Projector with a Microsoft Wireless Display adaptor. This allows teachers to stand at the work bench facing students without any cable trip hazards.
Coombabah State School
For their newly renovated library space, Coombabah State School wanted a large interactive flat panel display that was capable of wirelessly displaying content via AirPlay (Apple iPads) and from Windows Laptops.
The 75″ ViewSonic IFP7550-2 was the perfect display for this, and when partnered with the North Bayou TW-50 Motorised Stand, is capable of dropping the display to sit 10mm above the trolley legs so students from Prep to Year 6 can utilise the screen to it’s potential
Coral Coast Christian School
Coral Coast Christian School approached SIDC for solutions for 3x Learning Spaces. For the Kindy and Prep to Year 2 classrooms, accessibility and resolution were paramount to allow the youngest children to utilise the interactive surface and to give a crystal clear image for children seated on the floor directly in front. For the Year 3 to 4 Classroom, the school requested a larger image with interactivity as the children are taller and the general viewing habit is from behind a desk (need to ensure clear line of sight for the image)
Noosa Christian College
Noosa Christian College requested a demonstration of the ViewSonic 65″ Interactive Flat Panel for their Library Resource Centre. I took a demonstration unit to site on a fixed height trolley, and within 10 minutes of the demonstration being complete the school had taken ownership of this display.
Springwood Central State School
Springwood Central State School has recently upgraded two rooms with the latest IFP50 Series Interactive Displays from ViewSonic. Opting for motorised height adjustable trolleys allows teachers the flexibility with positioning and accessibility, with the younger prep students able to access the interactive surface when at it’s lowest height. Raising to full height allows all kids sitting at their desks to have an unimpeded view of the display.