In this article, I will share a great feature of IQTouch interactive display series for everyone, that is wireless projection function.
After turning on this function, you can put the mobile game screen on the big screen and play it better. You can put the meeting files in the mobile phone to the big screen to show the colleagues. You can also project the photos and videos from the mobile phone to the TV, share it with your family. Once you have experienced this feature, you will not be able to stop.
How to wirelessly project mobile content to the big screen?
Taking IQTouch C Pro interactive display for example, wireless projection requires only a few simple steps.
1. On the big screen, confirm that IQTouch C Pro interactive display’s wireless display software is turned on.
2. Make sure the Wifi or hotspot of IQTouch C Pro interactive display is turned on.
3. On the phone side, for iPhone, connect the same network of the big screen - IQTouch C Pro interactive display, then use the screen mirroring of iPhone, find the device - wireless projection software of IQTouch C Pro interactive displays, then click the device to start wireless projection.
4. On the phone side, for Android, for some phone has the wireless projection, do the same operation as iPhone, for those not, scan the QR code of wireless projection software of IQTouch C Pro interactive display to download the App, after download, open the app, make sure the phone is under the same network with IQTouch C Pro interactive display, then your Android can start the wireless projection.
5. On the Windows side, download the wireless presentation App, then open the App to find the device to start share windows screen onto the IQTouch interactive display big screen.
The wireless projection software of IQTouch C Pro interactive display support to share 4 screen on the big screen. And also can be set only one screen on the big screen. Moreover, you can use your phone or computer to control the big screen of IQTouch C Pro interactive display, the annotation on the big screen can be shown on your phone or computer also.
This feature may not be known to many people, try it out. If you have any question, please leave a message to discuss together.
Can you imagine displaying your tablet or phone stuff to the big screen with a single click? This is possible if you heard about screen mirroring , casting and streaming functions. The functioning of these terms is different from each other.
It’s important to know that wireless interactions work differently, depending on what content you want to be shown and how you prefer to go about it. This article will talk about the basics of screen mirroring, screen casting (also known as media streaming) and screen sharing (also known as desktop sharing).
What does streaming mean? Maybe you’ve heard someone say that they streamed a movie, a podcast, or a slide show. Steaming means a continuous flow of information (in the form of visual and/or audio data). That is to say, steaming refers to deliver data live, whatever content you have on your device’s screen. With this in mind, take note that the three terms that follow—mirroring, casting, and sharing—are each a different way of streaming.
Screen mirroring allows you to project or mirror what is on your smart phone, tablet or computer and show it on your TV screen, projector, or external monitor without needing to use a cable. It’s unlike when we look into a glass mirror, screen mirroring won’t horizontally flip what you see. It’s more like copying. This is great for viewing local content such as pictures, videos, documents, and professional or educational presentations. Screen mirroring requires software running on the device you want to send content from, and a receiver on the display that you’re sending it to.
For example, screen mirroring are what you can do with AirPlay, which is Apple’s protocol that allows you to mirror the contents of your Mac, iPhone or iPad to a screen connected to an Apple TV.
The major difference between screen mirroring and screen casting is the way in which the content is shared to a display. In the case of screen casting, your TV wirelessly receives online content via a digital media player to a TV via a wireless connection. Screen casting uses an app to send movies, video clips, and music from your phone, tablet or computer to your TV screen.
Screen sharing is also known as desktop sharing. While mirroring and casting are done with a smaller device (e.g., mobile or laptop) and a larger display (e.g. TV or projector), screen sharing generally involves making a copy of your computer screen to other computer screens.
A capacitive touch screen is a control display that uses the conductive touch of a human finger or a specialized device for input. Input to resistive touch screens works through pressure resulting in two conductive layers being pressed together.
When a capacitive panel is touched, a small amount of charge is drawn to the point of contact, which becomes a functional capacitor. The change in the electrostatic field is measured to find the location. In some designs, circuits located at each corner of the panel measure the charge and send the information to the controller for processing. In multi-touch screens, sensors are arranged in a grid to enable more complex input.
Unlike resistive and surface wave panels, which can sense input from either fingers or simple styluses, capacitive touch screen panels must be touched with a finger or a special capacitive pen or glove. The panel is coated with a material that can store electrical charges and the location of touch to the screen is signaled by the change in capacitance in that location.
Input to resistive touch screens works through pressure resulting in two conductive layers being pressed together. In comparison, capacitive touch screens are not affected by outside elements, have high clarity and allow for easier functioning with lighter contact and greater accuracy.
Many current smart phones, tablets and other mobile devices rely on capacitive touch, including Android phones and Microsoft Surface, as well as iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Capacitive touch panels are more often used for big surfaces, as they need less accuracy. Capacitive technology advantages are: Excellent sensitivity; Multi-touch capability;Very good durability with glass front designs.
So, next time you’re starting a project about capacitive touch display, and you don’t know how to choose, check out this article.
Interactive flat panel display are exactly what they sound like—displays that you can interact with, similar to a smart phone screen, but much larger.
This article will introduce IQBoard interactive flat panel new series - IQTouch X Series - Capacitive interactive flat panel.
As an ideal solution to education and business, IQTouch X series uses capacitive touch technology, which can respond without delay and operate directly. It features 20-point touch that enables several users working on the screen at the same time. 4K crystal clear display delivers the highest image quality. Built-in wireless screen projection software allow Android, IOS, Windows to cast screen on IQTouch X quickly.
Capacitive is the leading type of touchscreen technology. With capacitive touchscreens, a uniform electrostatic charge is applied to the top layer. Because the human body is conducts electricity, touching the display will absorb some of this current, which the devices uses to detect touch commands. For touch accuracy, capacitive is typically more accurate than other touch technology. Touching the display of a capacitive device will absorb electrostatic current from that specific area, allowing for a superior level of accuracy.
Advantages: IQTouch capacitive interactive flat panel has dual operation system: Android 8.0 and Windows 10 Pro. With capacitive touch, it has fast response, and it supports 20-point touch and 4K UHD Display, fully compatible with Windows, Mac, & Chromebook.
Just contact us if you want to learn more about this IQTouch capacitive flat panel.
The technology behind interactive touch screens is continually evolving. Alongside points of touch, use of software and others, a significant development is from infrared touch to use of capacitive touch technology.
Learning the differences and benefits between Infrared touch technology and Capacitive touch technology, which will help you to choose the perfect touchscreen for you.
Capacitive is the leading type of touchscreen technology. Even if you’re unfamiliar with it, you’ve probably used - or still use - a capacitive touchscreen device. From smart phones and tablets to video game consoles and smart appliances, countless touchscreen devices are powered by capacitive technology. Infrared touchscreens aren’t as common as their capacitive counterparts, but they are still worth considering if you are looking to buy one or more touchscreens. Infrared touch technology is gaining momentum these days.
With capacitive touchscreens, a uniform electrostatic charge is applied to the top layer. Because the human body is conducts electricity, touching the display will absorb some of this current, which the devices uses to detect touch commands.
The sensitivity and accuracy of this technology is greater. The glass on the screen is highly durable because of its need to stay in good condition as that is how it registers touch. You can be happy in the knowledge that it stays tough in the roughest classroom.
Infrared touch screens don’t use an electrostatic charge to detect touch commands. Instead, they use a combination of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and sensors to detect touch commands. IR touchscreens are designed with LEDs that emit light to corresponding sensors across the surface of the display. If you touch the display, you’ll disrupt the LED light in that area, which the device uses to detect your touch command.
The technology involves an embedded overlay of infrared beams all around the screen from a strip within the device’s bezel. When an object interacts, a finger or a stylus for example, the device will register it as a touch point.
IR and capacitive are two completely different types of touchscreen technology. IR uses a grid-like array of LEDs and sensors to detect touch commands, whereas capacitive uses a uniform electrostatic current to detect touch commands.
An interactive touch screen facilitates an immersive learning experience, making education fun for both students and teachers...... Interactive touch screen is both simple and intuitive, providing teachers with the latest and most responsive interactive screen technology to support active and inspired learning. This article will talk about IQTouch interactive touch screen series of 86’’.
Of all of our IQTouch interactive screens, IQTouch 86’’ interactive touchscreen (218 cm diagonally) is the biggest, the most powerful. It is optimized for school use. An interactive screen of 86’’ well placed in a class of 35 students will be read by 100% of students with a normal eyesight (97% in a class of 40 students). This screen size is therefore the most suitable for classroom use, replacing the interactive whiteboard.
Like the whole range of IQTouch interactive touch screen series, IQTouch 86″ interactive screens come with an Android core that makes all tasks more intuitive and easier and more complete. The touch screen is a giant Android tablet that starts almost instantly, you have access in seconds to the Android interface. You will find the gestures you know on your tablets or smart phones, as well as the essential applications. The toolbar is accessible at all times and on all sources, simply by clicking on the button on the sides of the screen. It allows you to annotate any screen, take a screenshot, create slides for your presentations and browse your pages.
IQTouch 86’’ interactive screens have IQ Interactive Education Platform software. For all your lessons, the IQ Interactive Education Platform software for interactive screens brings you numerous tools and digital resources, in science subjects (maths, physics, chemistry) or in English. Create rich and dynamic presentations, adapted to your field of teaching.
In a class of 40 students where an interactive screen is potentially used 100% of the time, it is very important that all students can see the picture on the interactive screen perfectly regardless of their position in the room. Our IQTouch 86’’ interactive screen features the new IPS technology, which retains the best color quality when we view the interactive screen from an angle (up to 178 degree angle) without trail effect and color distortion.
Like all the screens in the IQTouch range, the 86’’ interactive screen has a timer (programmable) that automatically puts the screen in standby mode when idle. In standby mode, the power consumption is less than 0.3 W.
The IQTouch 86’’ interactive screen is also available in ultra-high definition (UHD, 3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution, four times the quality of Full HD interactive screens (1920 x 1080 pixels). The resulting image is of exceptional quality. It is even thinner and readable.
Thanks to OPS technology, our interactive screens can be delivered with a PC integrated in the edge of the screen. The screen becomes intelligent and completely autonomous under Windows, no cable is needed.