This short article merely acts as a motivation to those readers who have yet to contemplate the communication devices’ positive possibilities. In doing so, it presents two sure solutions when utilizing video projectors in the work environment and the educational space. This educational space, however, does not confine itself to the school classroom, nor is it strictly the prevail of the college or university lecture hall.
That it is being put to much greater and regular use in these teaching arenas is very pleasing indeed. But for a number of years now, video projectors have added a contemporary feel to the austerity of the public museum. Visiting an art or history museum is no longer tiresome for the keen foot traffic that goes through these institutions’ doors. Museum visitors and their guides can now rest easy and focus more in a comfortable enclave and enhance their knowledge of viewed artefacts through a short overview given via the video projector.
Businesses across the board are putting video projectors to greater and more regular use for both staff and customers. They are also being used to broadcast their messages to associates and shareholders. And the technology is now in place to connect a feed to a remote location. Those associates, shareholders, customers and staff members not able to attend a live presentation for any number of understandable reasons can receive the live broadcast delivered to them to their desktops, laptops, tablets or mobiles.
The use of video projectors, whether in the boardroom or classroom, has been found to be far more effective in getting important messages across than having one humane broadcaster stand rigid at a lectern, reading from prepared notes. The projector is also an interactive device, allowing for mass participation.