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PolyVision Launches New Projection/Dry Erase Surface

Optimized for projection and dry erasability, the surface supports both technology integration and traditional teaching methods.
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PolyVision, a global manufacturer of CeramicSteel surfaces, announced today the launch of a new surface - PolyVision e3 CeramicSteel duo. Optimized for projection and dry erasability, the surface supports both technology integration and traditional teaching methods. The new surface will debut at this year’s International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference.

Features include:

  • With strict flatness tolerances, PolyVision e3 CeramicSteel duo supports new technology – such as infrared frames, interactive projectors and camera-based solutions
  • No need to close blinds or darken the room
  • Engineered to minimize visual stress, for spaces that are exposed to excessive ambient light
  • Handles a variety of markers: dry-erase, semi-permanent, water soluble or permanent.

PolyVision’s new surface will debut at Steelcase Education’s booth # 1140 and Best Rite’s booth #3242, ISTE 2014, June 30 – July 2, in Atlanta, GA. To learn more, visit here.

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