At the Forefront of Classroom Education
Write on projection screen without touching it using the Air Mouse function
Use both pens simultaneously in Dual Pen mode
Mitsubishi Electric's WD385U-EST projector has the world's shortest focal distance* and is equipped with a feature that revolutionizes visual interactive communication, interactive pens. In addition to performing the functions of a conventional mouse, the pens can be used to draw and write on the projector screen. Even in classrooms with limited space, our short-throw lenses secure the our short-throw lenses attract the audience's attention with large images and striking impact.
This visual communications solution from Mitsubishi Electric further expands application possibilities, creating a level of interactivity that can bring projector usage to the forefront of classroom education.
Reliable, User-friendly Interactive Pen
No Special Interactive Board Required
Simply use the accompanying interactive pens to draw, write and perform the functions of a computer mouse on the projection screen.
All required software is pre-installed. Multiple pens can be used to write on projected images such as those of PowerPoint slides and educational software, thereby enabling truly interactive communication to develop between teachers and students. In addition, position coordinate data is pre-installed in the projector, allowing immediate use without having to perform the calibraton task of setting coordinate axes.
Estimated 6000-hour Lamp Life (in Low Mode)
A longer service life for the projection lamp has been achieved by incorporating an optimal design for lamp temperature control. Benefits include substantial reductions in projector operating cost and the labor required for changing the lamp.
Auto Power Off
If no image signal is output for a predetermined period of time*, power is automatically turned off, realizing energy savings by reducing needless power consumption.
World Shortest* Focal Distance – 0.375 Throw Ratio
* Units not equipped with mirrors
Note: Data researched by Mitsubishi Electric in August 2011.
Utilizing a large-diameter lens and optimal optical engine design, the shortest focal distance (throw ratio: 0.375) in the industry has been achieved. Even if the teacher or presenter must move in front of the projected image, they are neither blinded nor disturbed by projector light, enabling them to maintain eye contact with the audience at all times.
3D READY — Enjoy the Future Today
Experience the impact and allure of 3D images. The 3D video content must be in field sequential format and special electronic shutter glasses are required.