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The BrightLink interactive projectors turn any projection into an interactive whiteboard, with a computer you can use Easy Interactive Tools or TeamBoard Draw software (available on the Download Software Tab) which let you use interactive pens as a mouse to annotate, save, and interact with content from your computer. Up to two people can annotate at the same time. Watch the videos and review the software documentation below to see how these projectors can help you!
Set your computers resolution to the projectors native resolution 1280 x 800 (WXGA)
Other resolutions may also be used, but may require calibration
Connect the USB cable to your laptop
Connect the HDMI or VGA cable from the projector to your computer
Adapters may be checked out from Groseclose 305 if needed
Turn the Projector on by pushing the orange button on the control box
Make sure the source on the control box is set to the appropriate display selector (Computer 1 / HDMI)
Note: For full computer interactivity and dual pen support (using Easy Interactive Tools or other dual-pen applications), you will need to connect the USB cable from your computer to the connection box.
For questions or help with these projectors please contact the ISyE helpdesk