In an effort to address the need for a shift in learning setups to accommodate the growing needs of students and educational institutions, Epson introduces the HyFlex Classroom setup, a hybrid-flexible classroom designed to accommodate the simultaneous teaching of in-person and online learners by reflecting real-time changes directly on the screen.

It works by having interactive projectors flash learning materials on the classroom’s whiteboard, screen, or wall, allowing teachers to use them as visuals, and to freely annotate on the projected content to further explain them.

The teacher can see and monitor the students at home using a secondary projection (optional set up) at the back of the classroom. Meanwhile, students on site can connect their laptops to the main interactive projector to view and annotate on their own screen using the annotation feature of the video conferencing app – seeing real-time changes and annotations projected on the screen.

To maximize the potential and features of this setup, Epson recommends the use of Epson’s full line of products – from the interactive projector, ELPDC21 document camera, multifunction printer, and an optional entry-level projector.

Epson Interactive Projectors

This hybrid-flexible setup, made possible by Epson’s interactive projectors, provides seamless collaborative work for both the students and the teacher. Equipped with advanced technology, these projectors are designed to recognize full-touch gestures for easier rotating, zooming, moving, and drawing functions. The projected image or screen doubles as a digital whiteboard where the students and teachers can freely annotate using an interactive pen and/or their fingers.

With ease of use in mind, Epson’s interactive projectors are built with functionality that allows them to be projected on any flat surface without requiring a special board. They also produce vivid and natural color which ensures readability and a wider view for students in the classroom. Built with 3LCD technology, these projectors can also be expanded to a flexible display of up to 300” in size, without compromising the projected material’s resolution and quality.

The interactive projectors are equipped with wireless connectivity, which allows students in school to instantly project what is on their gadget’s screen using the Epson iProjection App. Additionally, teachers can instantly save the presentation materials with annotations in the projector and directly send them to the students afterward, without the need for a personal computer. Teachers can just simply input the email addresses of the recipients in the projector and click send.

For the full line of Epson’s interactive projectors, visit https://www.epson.com.ph/ or contact your nearest Epson Authorized Dealer store for more information.

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