University of Bath Invest in Sony’s Laser Projectors

Posted: July 11, 2016

Interactive technology has become more and more prevalent in Primary, Secondary schools and colleges. Yet many universities across the country seem to be slightly slower on the uptake.

Not so with the University of Bath!

In 2015 the university committed themselves to create immersive, informative learning environments across their campus.

With efficiency in mind the university turned to Sony to design and implement a solution that featured six VPL-FHZ55 and four VPL-FHZ700L 3LCD laser projectors with colour brightness of 4,000 and 7,000 lumens respectively.

Although here at Paragon Multimedia, we advocate the shift over to Interactive Flat Panels as they offer high quality screen resolution, are hardly effected by ambient light levels and require virtually no maintenance costs – not needing lamp replacements, it is great to see Universities investing in their Audio Visual equipment to enhance learning for their students.

Information obtained on the 04/07/16 from http://www.techandlearning.uk/download/university-of-bath-engages-students-with-interactive-lectures/

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