At A Glance
Anoto pattern-scanning digital pen
The YA-W72M uses the Anoto pattern-scanning digital pen, which features excellent tracking and high levels of precision. It displays detailed text clearly with minimal positional error, making handwritten input simple and stress-free. And you can switch between a stylus refill or ballpoint-pen refill as the pen tip.
The Anoto dot pattern output onto a screen or onto paper is made up of rows of individual dots, and by scanning those dot patterns, the digital pen can accurately determine and coordinate the location on the screen or paper. The tip of the pen has a built-in CMOS camera that photographs the patterns on the screen or paper. The processor in the pen then processes the location data and sends it to your computer via Bluetooth. In this way, annotations are overlaid and projected onto the screen.
72-inch magnetic screen
The YA-W72M uses a large 72-inch screen that is equivalent to a normal blackboard. The carrying case makes it easy to carry, so much easier than moving a conventional whiteboard on casters. And the magnets on the back of the screen mean you can have it ready for projection simply by sticking it onto an existing magnetic surface. It's ready to use in no time..
project directly on screen
Lesson content or presentations are printed out onto special paper using Anoto patterns. Anything you write on that paper with the digital pen can be projected onto the screen. This allows you to directly access the projection screen via handheld materials, so you can continue your explanation even when you're away from the screen, making it that much easier to talk and annotate your presentation at the same time.
input from up to 4 pens
The YA-W72M supports written input from up to 4 digital pens at the same time. Handwritten content is projected onto the screen in real time, allowing everyone involved to share their information. Teachers can correct their students' answers on the spot, different departments can write color-coded comments on the same drawing -- the applications are endless.
frequently used functions
Casio software is included that makes the system easier to use by providing intuitive icons and easy-to-use functions. The user-friendly toolbar is straightforward even for first-time users, aiding student comprehension and making meetings more efficient.
Lets you use the special pen for Windows™ operations such as selecting and opening files.
Allows you to give presentations using a dedicated format. You can even use multiple pens for multiple operations.
Capture & Draw mode
Using the Screen Capture function, you can save images that you’ve drawn using the special pen as image files.
Toolbar position selection
Provides access for younger students who have trouble reaching up high.
In the classroom, at meetings.
The Casio Interactive Whiteboard works brilliantly!
Improves Student Concentration
Digital pens facilitate lessons that involve student participation. Students’ interest is engaged and their concentration improves.
Improves Comprehension of Lessons
Tackling problems as a group. The teacher can correct projected answers on the spot. Now, there are a lot more applications for digital blackboards.
Collecting opinions from various departments
Representatives from different departments write on the screen or on printouts. The saved handwritten comments can then be used as minutes.
More persuasive presentations
Project your proposal on the screen and add notes as you explain it. This allows you to give presentations that are more effective in keeping your audience’s attention.