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The Inclusive Interactive Plasma Screen - Comparisons

Tameside LEA conducted research into the advantages and disadvantages of interactive whiteboards and plasma screens. They discovered that:

Reported disadvantages of interactive whiteboards

  • Pupils experienced problems with their shadow.
  • Pupils did not always understand the importance of not staring at the projector beam and there were health and safety concerns.
  • The fixed position at the height considered appropriate for pupil use was inappropriate when the board was used for whole class teaching.
  • A portable interactive whiteboard was being asked for so that it could be used to support learning in different zones.
  • The image on the whiteboard is grainy and presents a certain amount of glare.

Positive outcomes of the plasma screen

  • The Plasma can be used effectively for a number of activities involving different numbers of participants.
  • Very popular with all pupils using it during 'free choice'.
  • Motivated pupils during group work
  • Creates no shadows
  • Presents no health and safety concerns in respect of projectors.
  • Can be height adjusted to accommodate any situation or user.
  • Can be moved around the classroom setting so it can be used in different zones.
  • Has a clear image with no glare.

Heather Truelove
Primary ICT Consultant, Tameside LEA

Comparison between Plasma and LCD technology

 
Plasma
LCD
Contrast Intense blacks, realistic colours and tones Bright whites, greyish blacks
Colour Widest gamut of colours Vivid colours
Screen Size Best suits larger screens Best suits smaller screens
Response Time Best crisp, detailed motion Not ideal for handling fast motion
Resolution HDTV Ready HDTV Ready
Sharpness Very naturalistic Unnatural rendering
Image Processing Focuses on picture enhancement Focuses on countering LCD weaknesses
Screen Uses screen-savers, durable surface (eg. glass, Perspex) Susceptible to damage such as touching
Viewing Angle Widest viewing angle without loss Widest viewing angle without loss
Value Best for big screens Best for small screens

Also see:

Overview
Case Studies – and what our customers have to say
Related Products – ideal software for the plasma and some useful hardware too
Technical Specification
Demonstration/Training – see the Plasma Screen at a venue near you!
Purchasing and Pricing

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If you have any questions regarding our Inclusive Interactive Plasma Screen, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly team on 01457 819790 or e-mail us on inclusive@inclusive.co.uk


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