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Sony's New Vision Exchange Brings Active Learning and Corporate Meetings Alive
Simple drag & drop control to encourage discussions with Active Learning and content sharing with remote locations
Park Ridge, N.J., Feb. 1, 2017: Sony's Vision Exchange is a new intuitive collaboration solution for education and corporate users.
Flexible and cost effective, Vision Exchange brings together students, lecturers and presenters in a dynamic workgroup-based environment that encourages creative discussion and knowledge exchange.
Ideal for higher education and corporate conference rooms, Vision Exchange provides a dynamic, flexible solution to suit a range of teaching spaces and meeting areas. Teams can brainstorm and work collaboratively, wirelessly sharing content from everyone's laptop or tablet. It is just as easy to bring in participants to join the discussion by adding a video connection to remote locations, making teamwork truly global.
Active Learning and Interactive Lecture Classroom
Traditional "one-way" lectures are being steadily replaced with interactive methods that encourage deeper student engagement and understanding in today's BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) environments, reflecting a major shift from passive to active learning.
Corporate Conference Room
Available via simple license option, a Remote Communication option lets workgroups connect with other sites using standards-based videoconference systems. Participants can share content from their own devices (laptops, tablets and smartphones), and annotations overlaid on images or whiteboard descriptions in real-time.
Today, most meeting rooms are based around a cabled single content source and a single display, plus a dedicated AV system with switchers, video conferencing systems and other hardware. This complex set-up is frequently a cause of wasted time and frustration, as presenters struggle with awkward wiring instead of focusing on the meeting itself. Vision Exchange eliminates these operational headaches, allowing participants to focus on the meeting with improved communication.
Planned availability for Vision Exchange is June 2017.
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