A Brighter Image recently released the Newline Interactive TRUCAST 3 wireless interactive presentation solution, which connects multiple devices to a central interactive classroom display. Any device such as laptops, tablets or smartphones can be connected.
By eliminating the need for cable connections, TRUCAST makes any room a completely unlimited, interactive space and allows for connection of up to 64 WiFi enabled devices and provides bidirectional touch capabilities.
TRUCAST lets a teacher display up to four different devices at the same time as a split screen onto the main classroom display. This enables teachers to broadcasting the work of several students at once so that their classmates can see what they are working on to make meetings and classroom lessons truly collaborative.
The teacher or presenter can have full control over whose device is displayed on the main classroom interactive display.
The software to operate TRUCAST needs to be downloaded onto each participating device. It is a free download and there’s no limit to how many downloads are required, so everyone can participate at no extra cost.
TRUCAST works just like a wireless router, but does so much more. Connect to Ethernet, use your own WiFi or use TRUCAST’s independent, private WiFi network. Connectivity is easy and secure.
Once you are connected to TRUCAST, you can share your screen with anyone on the network. See what is on the display of your own device, or pass control to anyone in the room. TRUCAST gives everyone the power to connect and share ideas easily.
TRUCAST is platform independent. That means any operating system you use can be part of your company’s future. Whether you prefer PC or Mac, it is easy to add TRUCAST to your device, making your work easier and more seamless than ever before.
TRUCAST is available through A Brighter Image’s dealer network.
Contact A Brighter Image 02 9938 6866 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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