Interactive whiteboards and interactive whiteboard systems with DViT technology use cameras embedded in the interactive whiteboard frame to detect and distinguish inputs made by a finger, fist, interactive whiteboard pen or other object.
Globally, SMART has been issued a broad portfolio of patents related to DViT technology with a significant number of patents pending.
introduced its Digital Vision Touch (DViT) technology, described by the company as a breakthrough technology platform for touch-sensitive displays.
SMART is introducing DViT technology on two of its products--the Rear Projection SMART Board 3000i and the SMART Board for Plasma Displays interactive whiteboards.
Using Smart's patented DVIT
(digital vision touch) technology, the 400 series systems provide a fully integrated, low-cost interactive whiteboard option that recognizes both pen and finger inputs and supports Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems.
The 2000i features the company's DViT
(digital vision touch) technology, which provides superior image quality and precise touch control, along with SMART Board software, which teachers can use to access, control or write over the top of any computer application, including Internet and CD-ROM resources, and save the notes to a single file.
It also features DviT
(digital vision touch) technology and lets teachers access, control, or write over computer applications and save notes to a single file.
The 2000i is the latest addition to SMART's family of rear-projection products that features the superior image quality and precise touch control of the company's new DViT
(digital vision touch) technology.