NEC has declared that the launch of the InfinityBoard collaborative meeting solution was one of its highlights of ISE 2017.
Modular and flexible, the InfinityBoard is a versatile display solution suitable for videoconferencing, creative brainstorming, presenting, reviewing and collaborating. the InfinityBoard provides a platform to enhance efficiency and productivity in meetings of all kinds.
Based on UHD 65in and 84in large format displays with InGlass touch technology, the InfinityBoard solution provides a seamless, paper-like touch performance using a passive precision pen. This allows users to be creative with finger and pen differentiation allowing for intuitive touch, interactive writing and palm erasing. With pixel-free UHD visualisation, the solution also offers excellent visual performance, even when users are in close proximity to the display.
“We were impressed how our expert visitors discovered areas for presenting, brainstorming, reviewing, video conferencing and collaborating,” said an NEC spokesperson. “Whatever the objectives of a meeting, the audience experienced a perfect fit modular solution to achieve the desired meeting room space.”
The large surface allows users to create, annotate and present on an infinite canvas with the ability to import and export content thanks to the supplied whiteboard application. Using new collaboration software, the InfinityBoard supports wireless presentation, screen-to-device and screen-to-screen interaction. Using NEC’s MultiPresenter function, the solution also supports bring your own device (BYOD) initiatives, enabling users to wirelessly stream what’s on their phones, tablets or notebooks.
The spokesperson continued: “One thing that was reported several times: the writing and touching experience was so smooth and intuitive, making it a convenient and easy to use multi-tool for all kinds of applications in corporate meeting rooms and education.”
The initial rollout for the InfinityBoard solution will start in the DACH countries, the UK and the Nordics in May, and EMEA-wide from September.