Finger touch interactivity
– no pens required!
In addition to interactive pens, it is now possible to operate intuitively using your fingers on the screen (EB-595Wi/Wie only) — now you can annotate, open and close files, scroll through pages, move and enlarge objects.
Two people can write simultaneously on the interactive area using the 2 interactive pens with selectable function side button.
With the finger touch interactive models (EB-595Wi/Wie), multiple users can annotate on the interactive area using a combination of 2 pens and up to 6 fingers at the same time! Perfect for classroom collaboration.
On-Screen projector operation
Basic projector operation (power OFF, source change, volume up/down, A/V mute, etc) can be done by simply clicking the icons shown on the new on-screen operation toolbar. Now there’s no need to look for the remote control, when the projector can be easily operated directly from the screen!
Interactive functionality is also available without a PC connection, so drawing on the projected screen is now possible when connected to other devices such as visualisers or DVD players etc. Even when there is no input source, you can annotate on the screen like a whiteboard.
Wireless projection and interactivity
When using Epson EasyMP software with a networked interactive projector, teachers are no longer tied down by restrictive and confining cables. Educators can wirelessly display and interact with content as they move about the classroom with their laptop, experiencing a whole new level of interactive freedom.
Advanced network connectivity and management capabilities
Present A/V content over the LAN or annotate on network content using Epson’s instant annotation tools. With Epson’s EasyMP Monitor software, IT administrators can configure and monitor the status of their Epson networked projectors, including the remote viewing of power status, lamp hours and temperature/filter conditions.
Epson iProjection App
Display, annotate and control content from your iOS® or Android mobile device with the free Epson iProjection App and the optional wireless card. Teachers can walk around the class and still share engaging content. The App is easy to use and navigate with intuitive menu options that make it simple to bring iOS® and Android content to the big screen.
Find out how to set up your Epson iProjection App and learn more about your projector and device compatibility;
Support BYOD classroom collaboration using Epson’s Moderator feature
Moderator (teacher) can display up to four different device screens simultaneously and control which device screens to display
Connect to up to 50 Windows®, Mac®, iOS® or Android devices
Encourage and control classroom collaboration; perfect for comparing students’ work side-by-side
Easy Interactive Tools 3.0
This new annotation software from Epson allows users to control projector settings over the network, record and save video from Epson document cameras, save, re-open and edit annotation files, access archived curriculum and program the interactive pen button to provide instant access to the most-used tools. Best of all, Easy Interactive Tools is free and ships with each interactive projector.
Amazing Image Quality
3x Brighter Colours with Epson
With Epson, you can enjoy up to 3x brighter colours than their leading competitive 1-chip DLP projectors*. Because Epson projectors use 3LCD Engines that have no colour wheel with a white segment, there is no trade off between white and colour brightness.
3LCD — The #1 projection technology in the world
All Epson projectors are based on 3-chip LCD technology for amazing colour, incredible detail and solid reliability:
All 3LCD projectors have both high colour brightness and high white brightness
All 3LCD projectors have 3 chips
25% lower power consumption for lower energy costs1
20 years of road-tested reliability
Save energy and reduce operating costs
ECO Mode — operates the projector at a lower brightness setting
Light Optimiser Mode — adjusts the lamp brightness, based on the projected image
Auto Mode — sensor automatically adjusts the lamp brightness, based on the room environment
Lamp dimming — after a certain period of inactivity, the projector lamp dims, thereby extending the lamp life
Lamp regulator function – automatically adjusts image brightness according to ambient light levels and image content. This feature helps reduce the load on the lamp and conserves electricity
Sleep Mode (A/V Mute) — control your presentation; it’s right at your fingertips
Direct Power On/Off — power the projector on/off with the flip of a wall switch
Standby audio — even when the projector is in Standby Mode, you can use the projector's internal speaker or pass audio out to an external speaker
Wide ranging interface
Not only does the wide-ranging interface correspond with conventional analogue sources, it is compatible with two types of HDMI sources as well for digital connections. One of the HDMI input terminals is MHL (Mobile High Definition Link) certified for mirroring of Android and other mobile devices.
These projectors can also project vertically downward, enabling users to transform any table top into an interactive surface. By utilising the optional ELP-MB29 table mount, an ordinary table becomes an engaging platform for interaction and collaboration.
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*Compared to leading 1-chip DLP business and education projectors based on NPD data, July 2011 through June 2012. Color brightness (color light output) measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4. Color brightness will vary depending on usage conditions.
1Data source: ProjectorCentral.com, Jan. 2013 Average of 1,128 shipping models for which the manufacturers provided lumens and total power data, all resolutions and brightness levels. Energy efficiency was measured as wattage per lumen. It was measured for both 3LCD and 1-chip projectors in each of five brightness segments. 3LCD projectors averaged less required electricity per lumen in each of the five segments.