Epson and Mimio have announced that MimioStudio classroom software is now available for purchase with Epson BrightLink interactive projectors. Together, Epson and Mimio provide schools with more options for bringing advanced collaboration and interactivity into the classroom, delivering learning environments that inspire, connect and motivate students, according to the announcement.
MimioStudio software licenses are now being sold with Epson BrightLink interactive projectors through Epson’s reseller network. The software may also be purchased separately by existing BrightLink customers who wish to create collaborative and engaging classrooms. Both Epson and Mimio will provide customer support for their respective products, giving educators full confidence as they bring more interactivity into classrooms and other learning spaces.
Shipments of Epson interactive projectors with MimioStudio software licenses are now available in the United States and Canada. MimioStudio software licenses are also available for existing Epson customers through Epson and Mimio resellers. For additional information, visit www.epson.com/education.
MimioStudio software is designed to be used with interactive projectors, with support for pens, single touch, multi-touch, and gestures. The intuitive MimioStudio software allows teachers to create collaborative and interactive lessons for both whole-group and small-group learning. The software also includes the powerful Collaborate feature, which allows students to work interactively in small groups using multiple mobile devices at the same time, including both Apple and Android tablets and smartphones that are enabled with the MimioMobile application.
The Epson BrightLink line of short-throw and ultra short-throw interactive projectors, including the new BrightLink 575Wi, 585Wi and 595Wi, offers advanced connectivity options to project onto any existing whiteboard, wall or other smooth, light-colored, hard surface. BrightLink interactive projectors offer dual pen support and built-in annotation technology that allows teachers and students to interact directly with a projected image from a variety of sources.
Source: Mimio, mimio.com