Typical Presentation Media Applications for Front Projection Screens
This classic application is a key communication method in today's hectic business world. Communicating effectively in mass enables companies to get employees up to speed quickly. Likewise, in the educational setting, educators are finding an emphasis on visual communication is not only favored by students but as importantly, is far more effective in sharing information and concepts.
Although business and educational settings are worlds apart, their Presentation Media characteristics and problems are common.
Classroom and Business Training Characteristics
- Any setting where a medium size group of people are seated around an instructor using presentation media as the focal point for communicating ideas or information.
- Generally, participants take notes and refer to additional reference materials requiring higher ambient lighting.
- Interaction and eye contact between the instructor and the student is vital in teaching and maintaining audience interest.
Special Problems or Situations
- Lighting conditions may not always be controllable to the extent desired. In both the educational and business training areas, rooms may be multi-purpose and have windows that allow stray light to penetrate.
- Presentations requiring note taking or reference to materials dictate higher ambient room lights.
- May require wide or narrow angle of view depending on room configuration.
- A variety of projection methods i.e. video, data, overhead or slide may be used on the same screen.