The Visual Learning Lab

The Visual Learning Lab, seen here at the City of Glasgow College, uses Intel’s display drivers to display a single desktop across two interactive ViewSonic screens. During this collaborative development with the college, different configurations have been put through their paces, with the screens initially being used a two independent screens. Acting as a single screen, one application, such as a whiteboard or PowerPoint can be shown across both screens, or snapped to just one of the screens. Tutors now have the options of one large interactive whiteboard to explain ideas, capture feedback. The increased viewing space allows for a different use of PowerPoint. A single slide can be used to show information and capture real-time feedback and contributions, all of which can be saved and distributed to students after the session, providing them with the captured information in context. Where information was previously captured on a dry erase board or interactive screen, this wasn’t then in precise context with the pre-prepared content - which this can now solve.
The Visual Learning Lab has an array microphone and auto-tracking AVer PTZ camera, that enables the tutor to move naturally across the front of the learning space. In this instance, the screens are mounted on a Top-Tec hight-adjustable stand, lifting or lowering the screens so that they are at the perfect height for the person writing content on them. Existing software, such a Zoom and Teams, bring remote students into the learning space. A gallery of those connecting can be shown either on just one screen or across both. ViewSonic’s myViewBoard platform allows any local or remote student to share their content on the screen. In many cases, using a projector to create such a wide screen also results in a very high screen that cannot be interacted with. The VLL utilising two screens side-by-side makes it a perfect fit for providing standard classrooms with a large fully interactive writing canvas.
The Visual Learning Lab has an array microphone and auto-tracking AVer PTZ camera, that enables the tutor to move naturally across the front of the learning space. In this instance, the screens are mounted on a Top-Tec hight-adjustable stand, lifting or lowering the screens so that they are at the perfect height for the person writing content on them. Existing software, such a Zoom and Teams, bring remote students into the learning space. A gallery of those connecting can be shown either on just one screen or across both. ViewSonic’s myViewBoard platform allows any local or remote student to share their content on the screen. In many cases, using a projector to create such a wide screen also results in a very high screen that cannot be interacted with. The VLL utilising two screens side-by-side makes it a perfect fit for providing standard classrooms with a large fully interactive writing canvas.
The Visual Learning Lab has an array microphone and auto-tracking AVer PTZ camera, that enables the tutor to move naturally across the front of the learning space. In this instance, the screens are mounted on a Top-Tec hight-adjustable stand, lifting or lowering the screens so that they are at the perfect height for the person writing content on them. Existing software, such a Zoom and Teams, bring remote students into the learning space. A gallery of those connecting can be shown either on just one screen or across both. ViewSonic’s myViewBoard platform allows any local or remote student to share their content on the screen. In many cases, using a projector to create such a wide screen also results in a very high screen that cannot be interacted with. The VLL utilising two screens side-by-side makes it a perfect fit for providing standard classrooms with a large fully interactive writing canvas.
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The Visual Learning Lab

The Visual Learning Lab, seen here at the City of Glasgow College, uses Intel’s display drivers to display a single desktop across two interactive ViewSonic screens. During this collaborative development with the college, different configurations have been put through their paces, with the screens initially being used a two independent screens. Acting as a single screen, one application, such as a whiteboard or PowerPoint can be shown across both screens, or snapped to just one of the screens. Tutors now have the options of one large interactive whiteboard to explain ideas, capture feedback. The increased viewing space allows for a different use of PowerPoint. A single slide can be used to show information and capture real-time feedback and contributions, all of which can be saved and distributed to students after the session, providing them with the captured information in context. Where information was previously captured on a dry erase board or interactive screen, this wasn’t then in precise context with the pre-prepared content - which this can now solve.
The Visual Learning Lab has an array microphone and auto-tracking AVer PTZ camera, that enables the tutor to move naturally across the front of the learning space. In this instance, the screens are mounted on a Top-Tec hight-adjustable stand, lifting or lowering the screens so that they are at the perfect height for the person writing content on them. Existing software, such a Zoom and Teams, bring remote students into the learning space. A gallery of those connecting can be shown either on just one screen or across both. ViewSonic’s myViewBoard platform allows any local or remote student to share their content on the screen. In many cases, using a projector to create such a wide screen also results in a very high screen that cannot be interacted with. The VLL utilising two screens side-by-side makes it a perfect fit for providing standard classrooms with a large fully interactive writing canvas.
More images coming soon.
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