vSolution COMPOSER: Handling multi-source content on dual screens
Simplify content management of materials when using twin displays
Using two displays in larger installations
vSolution COMPOSER (Dual Screen Content Management) now allows presenters to prepare and view content on a connected preview screen before dragging and dropping it onto either the left or right-hand main display screen as and when required during presentations. Providing an extremely intuitive GUI makes life much easier for presenters where twin screens are in use.
It also allows wireless BYOD connections to be made, providing presenters with additional possibilities when selecting content to be displayed on the screens.
This new and exciting functionality gives presenters more freedom to conduct their presentations however they want when using two display screens.
A superb hybrid working and learning experience can also be provided when web conferencing, because all onscreen multi-source content materials plus audio can be viewed easily by remote participants to the session, taking the possibilities for hybrid modality to a new level.
Watch the video below to see exactly how it works.
The advantages of dual display screens
Dual Displays traditionally allowed presention of two separate inputs at the same time. For example, a common use would be to show both content from a computer and from a document camera to student audiences simultaneously.
Switching content frequently, and using multiple types of content helps to keep lessons interesting and in turn to keep the attention of the audience for a longer period.
Using the functionality of vSolution COMPOSER takes this a step further because up to four pieces of different content can now be prepared in advance, displayed onscreen and easily controlled on twin displays.