Last week during #Infocomm13 Samsung announced MagicIWB 3.0 and MagicInfo VideoWall S software solutions…
Samsung’s MagicInfo VideoWall S is described as a cost effective and versatile video wall software solution that enables users to quickly and easily display HD content across a video wall display however they want wherever they happen to be located and is powered by System on Chip (SoC) technology.
Samsung’s MagicIWB 3.0 is described as a software platform that enables customers to use multiple devices as one screen for user engagement and collaboration. MagicIWB 3.0 creates a large digital whiteboard solution using individual displays, which multiple individuals can use to simultaneously collaborate on projects and share ideas. It appears to be pitched towards enterprise (meeting rooms) and education (high school and university) environments. Key features, we are told, include digital post-its, support for Microsoft Office documents, gesture control as well as content sharing.
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