Providing highly-accurate touch detection, ActivPanel’s InGlass technology creates a smooth pen-on-paper writing performance with no script-lag, enabling teachers and students to collaborate with ease. InGlass automatically detects differences between pen, touch, and palm erase, allowing teachers to teach efficiently without switching between software tools.
Promethean ActivPanel V6
The award-winning ActivPanel by Promethean is the premium interactive display designed strictly for education, providing a tablet-like experience at the front of the classroom. Innovative InGlass™ technology delivers the industry’s most natural writing experience for teachers and students to collaborate with ease.
Five Year On-Site Warranty Package
- 50,000 Hour Commercial Grade Displays
- No projector
- No lamps to dim
Educational Tools for Connected Learning
Mirror Lesson Content
Wirelessly mirror smartphones, Chromebooks™, tablets, and laptops to share content, ideas, and student work.
Access the vast, ever-expanding world of educational apps directly from the home screen.
Connect Bluetooth® Devices
Use musical keyboards, digital lab sensors, robots, and more to support lessons and engage students.
What Size Touch Display Is Right for a Standard Classroom?
Buying Too Small for all students to see all of the learning content, not just videos.
Confusing A Teaching and Collaboration Workspace with a TV.
Visibility compliance guidance for all thirty students requires a minimum of a 70” interactive touch panel to meet visibility requirements for all students. Using the same lesson, the font size on a 65″ is is nearly 15% smaller than on a 70″. Making the font larger means less content per page, forcing teachers to rework and redesign hundreds of lessons, assessments and activities.
In any classroom size, the 65″ surface is too small for teacher writing (especially math), multi-student collaboration or to even use their existing lessons even with a smaller class size (less than 20 students). Students beyond the first 2-3 rows and on the end of the row next to the wall are unable to see clearly, forcing their brains to “guess” to fill in the images.
Move them all to the front? There is no way to predict for a given class the number of children with less than perfect vision or the number of children that may forget their glasses on a given day. More importantly schools and classrooms can be expected to change in grade and student numbers multiple times over the expected life cycle of these classroom systems.
Teachers and students find a 65” interactive display surface size to be too small which creates a hindrance to effective teaching. It’s not a TV, but an interactive front of the classroom portal.