Today’s most effective learning experiences, whether in the education, corporate, government agency or institutional environment, rely on leading-edge technologies that engage, educate, inform and inspire your audience. From the classroom to the conference room, Technotime has established a long-standing reputation as a leading provider of interactive solutions that have transformed the learning experience for an impressive number of well-known educators and corporations throughout New Jersey.
Technotime specializes in the full line of award-winning SMART™ Board interactive whiteboards and related products, which educators and corporate presenters worldwide use to transform their teaching and learning experiences. Our customers have come to rely on our SMART solutions to help them create the optimum technology-enabled environments that also deliver the best return on their investment.
In a class of its own
The integrated system combines an interactive whiteboard with an ultra-short throw projector that virtually eliminates shadows and glare. This combination delivers a precise and intuitive touch experience along with stunning image quality and an interactive widescreen surface for teaching and learning.
Taking collaboration to new heights
Now up to four students can collaborate with lesson content anywhere on the interactive surface. Each user can use a finger or a pen to simultaneously write or draw with a pen, erase with a palm and manipulate objects in SMART Notebook™ collaborative learning software. Teachers can enable collaboration instantly with no special tools or menus required – students can simply walk up to the SMART Board interactive whiteboard and immediately begin working together.
Putting the world at your fingertips
Lessons are interactive and engaging with the 885. Students can use simple, intuitive touch gestures* to toss, rotate or zoom in on objects in SMART Notebook™ collaborative learning software, or access other applications in Windows 7 or Mac Snow Leopard. The magical touch experience of the 885 means that teachers or students can interact with lessons and multimedia quickly and easily – without having to access on-screen menus.
Interactive Projectors an Interactive Whiteboard Alternative
The perfect ultra-short-throw widescreen projector for the BYOD classroom.
Engage students in a new way with the next generation of kinesthetic learning from the BrightLink 585Wi ultra-short-throw interactive projector. Offering 3x Brighter Colors* than competitive models, Epson 3LCD projectors ensure bright, vivid lessons. With 3300 lumens of color brightness1 and 3300 lumens of white brightness1, the 585Wi delivers dynamic images to the BYOD classroom. And, it displays up to 100" images from just 12" away. Plus, with PC-free interactivity, the 585Wi makes it easy to annotate on displayed content from virtually any device, or no source at all. Teachers can use the EasyMP® with Moderator software2 to simultaneously share students' work from PCs, Mac®, iOS® and AndroidTM devices3.
Brilliant image quality requires high color brightness. Epson 3LCD projectors have 3x Brighter Colors than leading competitive projectors*. Delivering 3300 lumens of color brightness (color light output)1 and 3300 lumens of white brightness (white light output)1, the BrightLink 585Wi uses 3LCD, 3-chip technology for brilliant images with true-to-life color.
• Bright and Colorful
Features 3300 lumens of color brightness (color light output)1 and 3300 lumens of white brightness (white light output)
High-definition 1280 x 800 widescreen resolution
Make almost any smooth, lightly-colored surface interactive with BrightLink solutions.
• Interactive Pens
Annotate and interact with projected images, using the two interactive pens. Users can write simultaneously or independently.
• Mount Included
• Ultra-Short Throw Projector
Can be mounted only 12.2" away from the board, and the projected WXGA image can get as large as 100" diagonal with reduced shadow interference
• Moderator Function
Multi-PC projection and Moderator function allows up to 50 devices to connect over a network and then select up to 4 to project simultaneously.