Projectors can provide functionality for every member of the family. They can even temporarily transform spaces of your home into something entirely different and create memorable moments for you, your family and friends.
Many people envision projectors as huge clunky grey boxes with a blurry picture and minimal functions, but todays projectors could not be farther from this. Projectors these days are sleek, small and extremely high quality pieces of technology that are used in almost all businesses to communicate globally with customers.
Projectors can help businesses reach potential and existing customers in a personal and professional way. This is essential with businesses looking to grow and interact with customers based abroad. It cuts out the need to send impersonal emails or phone calls. Faces can be put to names, and business can become more meaningful and intimate helping to grow relationships and trust.
Let’s Turn Our Focus to the Epson EB-530.
This is definitely one of our bestsellers here in Highline Office Technology: the Epson EB-530. It’s the ultra-bright short-throw projector known for its reliable performance.
Ultra-bright and easy to use, the PowerLite 530 short-throw projector offers incredible performance for inspiring classroom lessons. Delivering three times the colour brightness when compared to competitive models, the Epson® 3LCD projectors ensure vivid images. Featuring 3200 lumens of colour brightness and 3200 lumens of white brightness, the 530 shines – even in sunny rooms.
The classy little projector will project images up to 108″ from 4′ away with minimal shadows or glare. The Epson EB-530 utilises low-cost, long-lasting lamps, thus ensuring a low total cost of ownership. It also features a flexible installation. Moderator device management software allows instructors to wirelessly share students’ work from multiple devices, simultaneously – including computers, iOS® and Android™ devices.
3x Brighter Colours with Epson*
Brilliant image quality requires high colour brightness. Epson 3LCD projectors have 3x Brighter Colours than leading competitive projectors*. Delivering 3200 lumens of colour brightness and 3200 lumens of white brightness, the PowerLite 530 uses 3LCD, 3-chip technology for brilliant images with true-to-life colour and boasts a native resolution of 1024 x 768 XGA.
If you are seeking a new projector for your school or office, and you’re not sure what projector is right for you, then why not read our blog on Long Throw v Short Throw Projectors.
Display Sizes for Classroom Projectors
Projectors and interactive projectors come in different sizes and ranges, so it’s so important to get the right size. Display size matters! It impacts on the engagement, visibility from the back of the room and collaborative results amongst the students. Epson has developed a nifty guide to help work out what is the right size projector or display for the area that you propose for installation. Check out Display Size Matters for more details.
Book a Consultation Today
If your office, school or training centre is upgrading, refurbing or expanding, book a consultation with the Highline Office Technology team to work on the best strategy and solution to fit your projector requirements. Our team will do a full assessment in conjunction with you. If you are looking to install four or more devices, we can arrange for an on-site demo in your school.
Light Me Up is accredited Epson projector and interactive projector installer.
Sale and lease options are available for all new projectors.
In October 2015, then Minister Jan O’Sullivan announced the largest ever investment in Digital Strategy For Schools. The Minister for Education and Skills announced a €210m investment in digital technology in schools, the largest ever such investment.
Among the key points of the Digital Strategy For Schools are:
- Dedicated multi-annual funding to schools to invest in technology.
- Build on the successful roll-out of high-speed broadband to every second-level school.
- Develop opportunities for students to take an in-depth ICT (information and communication technology) course at Leaving Cert.
- Provide enhanced digital content to schools, including working with cultural institutions, sporting bodies and others.
- Embed ICT skills as part of initial teacher education and ongoing training for teachers.
- Work to promote safe and responsible use of the internet and social media, including new resources to schools to better prevent cyber-bullying.
The Strategy is the result of extensive national and international research. The Strategy involved extensive consultation and reflects the views of education stakeholders including students. It has been developed around key themes.
Modernising the curriculum, to embed digital learning, will be a very important part of the Strategy. The NCCA (National Council for Curriculum and Assessment) will ensure that future curriculum specifications will incorporate clear statements of learning that focus on developing digital learning skills and the use of ICT in achieving learning outcomes at all levels of education.
Recognising the importance of progression to further and higher education, the Strategy will support the development of opportunities for learners to undertake in-depth study of ICT in the Senior Cycle. The Strategy will also impact on the continuum of teacher education from initial education through induction and continuing professional development for teachers.
The Strategy sets out a set of actions to be achieved from 2015 to 2020. The Department of Education and Skills will provide leadership in order to ensure the Strategy is successful and these actions are achieved.
Digital Strategy For Schools eBook curtosey of www.education.ie
Click here to download the PDF booklet called Digital Strategy for Schools 2015-2020