The University of Groningen Ups their Teachig System

By: JDurhamII - Published: Feb 10, 2011 • References: slashgear & dvice
Using a former 3D theater screen, the people at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, created this large touchscreen for interactive teaching. Measuring a whopping 32.8 feet long and 9.2 feet high, this screen is intensely massive.

Touchscreens are no longer just for smartphones. The technology is showing up at storefronts, ATMs, as well as appearing on desktop computers. Not only is this particular screen and the University of Groningen massive, but it can also accommodate up to 10 people using the screen at the same exact time. Talk about fun in the classroom! Stats for Oversized Touchscreen Blackboards Trending: Older & Mild
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