Create an interactive learning experience for every classroom or office!

Today we wanted to share with you one of the ways that eBeam can be used which may not be main stream but is innovative.

Recently we signed a new client that was looking for a way to improve their trade show demonstrations.  The company Origo Education has a suite of educational programs that are centered around math instruction.  During their trade shows they have a large TV/Monitor connected to their MAC laptop and they walk teachers through the product.

During their previous shows they would rent a touchscreen monitor (at a considerable cost) in their booth.  Their challenge was one of cost and logistics.  Either renting or shipping this VERY EXPENSIVE monitor created a problem in getting it from one location to another along with the potential damage and repair or replacement.

By using eBeam Edge and the LCD Mounting Bracket they are now able to convert any TV or Monitor into a “touch screen” unit by using the wireless pen/stylus.  The eBeam Edge can be packed neatly in the available carrying case and taken from show to show.  They now only need to have a standard TV/Monitor during the show which allows them to save considerable money over the previous set up.

Another idea would be to provide the TV used during the show as a giveaway.  With the availability of very low cost large screen units they could potentially save on shipping and handling costs by purchasing a one at each show location.  And what a great giveaway to the show participants.

So, if you are active in trade shows and utilize a TV or large monitor, consider eBeam Edge as a tool to use for showing your program or tools.

eBeam Edge converts TVs, Monitors, Whiteboards, Drywall, Glass Walls, table tops into an interactive environment.  Virtually any hard and flat surface that you can project or show your desk top onto can be converted to an interactive space.

See the eBeam products at http://www.ebeamrocks.com

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