Noida, 21st April 2023: Cybernetyx , a pioneer and global leader in intelligent vision-based interactive and collaboration technology products and solution provider, has announced the launch of its new campaign, #DigitalBoardForEveryTeacher. The campaign aims to provide teachers with cost-effective and portable digital boards, empowering them to become smart tutors, improve their teaching methods, get students more interested in learning, and make learning more interactive and immersive.
Interactive flat panels (IFPs) have become an increasingly popular technology in classrooms worldwide, offering a highly interactive and engaging learning experience. According to data by Verified Market Research coampny, Interactive Flat Panels Market size was valued at USD 4.9 Billion in 2022 and is projected to reach USD 9.4 Billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 8.1% from 2023 to 2030. However, the high cost of IFPs has made it difficult for many institutions and teachers to use this technology.
To solve this problem, Cybernetyx launched TutorPlus, a product line that focuses on the solo tutoring segment. It is an interactive Teaching Device for Online & Live Streaming Classes that extends a cost-effective and accessible alternative to expensive IFPs. With the TutorPlus device, any TV can be turned into an interactive display, so teachers can give interesting, hands-on lessons without spending much money.
Mr Nishant Rajawat, Founder of Cybernetyx, said, "Our objective is to fulfill the dreams of every teacher worldwide to set up their smart classroom and enhance their results. Every teacher deserves the best technology to educate their students, and TutorPlus provides that at an affordable price.”
Launched in 2021, TutorPlus not only gives teachers and coaching centers an affordable digital board, but it also lets them make educational content for students on YouTube. The device gives YouTube teachers a digital whiteboard, real-time live streaming, and the ability to record. This makes it easy to make high-quality, interactive videos that keep viewers' attention and make complex ideas easier to understand. So far, TutorPlus has sold 5000+ units in last financial year.
TutorPlus suite is designed for smart tutors to make their teaching interactive, engaging & effective. TutorPlus has an embedded Interactive sensor that converts any normal display/TV size ranging from 32” to 65” into a full-blown Interactive Panel. Works with EyeRIS - Interactive technology that provides the fastest, lag-free writing experience using any of your applications. Additionally, TutorPlus is equipped with advanced digital teaching software that enables teachers to create captivating lessons that incorporate multimedia elements like images and videos. Moreover, TutorPlus allows teachers to live stream their classes on YouTube, record classes, and provides several other features that can enhance the overall learning experience.
Founded in 2009, Cybernetyx is a global leader in interactive technology and industry’s fastest growing collaboration solutions provider with more than 15 million users worldwide across 80 countries and powering over $200 million in gross product sales. EyeRIS (acronym for an Eye-Like Rapid Imaging System) was the first innovation from Cybernetyx, inspired by the working of the human eye. It was the world’s first plug-and-play portable interactive vision system for multitouch displays and rapidly became a sought-after tool within the largest display manufacturers of the industry like NEC Display, ViewSonic, Delta, and SONY, thanks to its ability to provide a seamless touch interaction on any surface at 1/10th of the cost of a traditional touch system. Now with the latest product lines Bird AI and BrightClass for hybrid collaboration, Cybernetyx is revolutionizing the collaborative technology space by making teamwork and learning more flexible, efficient, and seamless across settings.
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