This article will explore the tech that offers practical solutions to many of your collaboration challenges in the workplace. But let’s spend a minute on what collaboration actually is on a human level first; collaboration starts with mindset after all.
We covered the wider set of attitudes and principles about our recent article on what is collaboration but here are the basics:
- A mental attitude where individuals support the collective achievement of goa
As well as the obvious differences between LED (light-emitting diode) displays and other forms of image display, there are some major differences between the different types of LED products available on the market. We’ve done our best to answer some of the most important questions when it comes to buying an LED video display.
Hopefully, these points will help you make an educated decision regarding your potential purchase but you can always get in touch with the experts at DisplayPoint if you need some added guidance.
1. Is the screen fixed, mobile or modular?
LED display screens are all of the above. Depending on your requirements, a suitable LED display can be configured to meet the needs of your environment and application.
Fixed LED screens can be permanently installed at any location, providing a reliable form of image display that is well-suited to advertisements or sporting events, amon
LED (light-emitting diode) display screens are becoming the new standard for both outdoor and indoor video display. You’ll increasingly find these bright image displays in many retail environments, but they’re also creeping into business locations, offering high quality and impressive image quality.
While projectors still hold an important place in the display technology world, LED products are becoming an attractive alternative; all the more popular due to new products on the market, such as the Optoma FHDQ130, which offers greater flexibility for displaying images in indoor spaces.
If you’re curious about LED displays and how you might benefit from them, we’ve put together a guide of everything you need to know.
What is an LED display?
LED video display is a that uses a panel of LEDs to create the image. This differs to LCD or liquid-crystal display, which sometimes uses LED’s for backlighting, but not for the image
LED is now used for a wide range of applications. Ever since they were developed for practical commercial usage, they have become a popular alternative to traditional incandescent light bulbs of the past.
Today, LED technology can be used for a variety of different purposes and offers a number of benefits over other types of display technology. Key here is its ability to deliver ultra-bright, high-quality images on an extremely large scale.
Understanding how these light-emitting diodes (LED) function may well inform your decision when investing in a new piece of technology. We’ve outlined everything you need to know about LED technology below, but if you need more guidance or information about how LED achieves its impressive results, or need help choosing the right LED screen for your venue, don't hesitate to get in touch with the experts here at DisplayPoint.
What is LED display technology?
Light-emitting diodes (
Here at Displaypoint, we spend a lot of time talking about technology for collaboration. You can’t blame us really; the right technology can improve the productivity of just about every business in one way or another.
But of course, when you mention ‘collaborative working’ the image that usually pops up is of a group of people all huddled around a touchscreen. And whilst in a very literal sense that is collaborative working, we’re here to remind you that there are many different ways of collaborating on projects and a wide range of amazing technology to help you do so.
Kitting out a meeting room can be a tricky task. Get it wrong and you’ll a) never hear the end of it from your angry and vocal co-workers and b) waste a lot of time and money (and never hear the end of it from the MD!) It’s a high profile decision that will impact on your company for years to come.
Even if you’ve done it before, technology moves on at such a pace that a little research can go a long way. So where do you start? What are the meeting room technology essentials? Read on to find out.
You’re buying technology, but your decisions are all about people. Start by thinking about how the room will be used and who will be using the room. Are you arranging a meeting space that’s client-facing? Or will it just be employees and suppliers? What about board members and investors?
Each group of people will have different requirements and your budget will need to be allocated accordingly for their different priorities.
We hear a lot about creating more collaborative meeting spaces, for employees, remote workers and clients. But surely all that technology costs a pretty penny? Is it really possible to deliver the collaborative technology you need for just £2,000? Yes!
When it comes to innovation and inspiration, price is no longer such a barrier. Technology that once was kept just for cavernous boardrooms or showrooms is now accessible for smaller spaces at an affordable price.
Read on for all the essential meeting room technology you need to create a collaborative small meeting room, all
When it comes to pulling together a great meeting room setup, some practical tips can be invaluable. There’s plenty of advice out there, but most of it focuses on the technical elements. So, what would the advice be from those who’ve actually been tasked previously with setting up a meeting room?
All experts say the key is to start from the perspective of your users first rather than from the technology.
The options on the market can be overwhelming but at Displaypoint we’re determined to remove the confusion and mystery for our customers.
So, we’ve created this tried a
You know you need to sort out the tech in your small meeting room or huddle space.
Perhaps the research from Herman Miller showing that small groups only use smaller conference rooms for their meetings 10 per cent of the time, opting instead to take up larger meeting spaces, struck a chord with you. You know it’s not that your entire team have personal space issues – it’s the limited technology available in comparison to the impressive boardroom or conference room setup where you’ve invested!
It’d be difficult to argue that technology hasn’t had a huge impact on almost every aspect of our lives, but sometimes it’s easy to forget just how much things have changed over the past decade or so.
The education sector has experienced a particularly significant transformation at the hands of technology, having moved from a complete reliance on paper (and chalk!) to integrated education technology in a matter of decades.
Here are the 10 most game-changing technology developments in the education sector.
We couldn’t call ourselves edtech experts without discussing the enormous success of touchscreens in the classroom. Replacing the soon-to-be outdated interactive whiteboard, touchscreens offer a fully immersive learning experience via software and apps.
This technology has made it easier than ever to connect pupils and teachers to shared digital workspaces, while encouraging collaboration and participation from even the most de