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Giving Instructors Total Image Control

Catapult turns classroom monitor and projector control over to instructors By DMN Staff Writer
One projector in the front of the room is great. But, if you could simultaneously deliver data and video to individual workstation screens during a training or class, even better. Catapult, which started shipping this month, lets the instructor take control of the projector and studentsí monitors -- sending from DVDs or CDs, computers, projected data, and even delivering blank screens when needed -- bringing the information up close and personal for increased attention to the information.

Catapult uses iCast video transmission technology to deliver video over category-5 cabling to as many as 128 student workstations. Catapult is hardware based and is completely independent of the computer network. It requires no computer resources and is compatible with virtually any computer platform, operating system, and software application.



It supports ultra high video resolutions (up to 1600 x 1280) and is compatible with any software, operations system, and computer platform


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