Why Epson?

Add flexibility and interactivity to lessons with a scalable display size of up to 100 inches (254cm) and a range of sophisticated features. Embrace an exciting new world of education by creating a learning environment where students get a perfect view from anywhere in the class, can make on-screen contributions and even take part using their own smart devices.

Epson interactive teaching solutions give teachers the freedom to create digital learning experiences that meet the expectations of today’s technologically aware teachers and students, to promote participation and effective learning.

Within education, Epson has an interactive market share of 72.1% across EMEAR¹.

Enhancing learning through interactivity

Whether in the classroom or lecture theatre, using finger-touch or dual pen interactivity, Epson’s interactive teaching solutions make it easy to display and edit a wide range of content. Annotate presentations in real time, write, draw and add comments and answers directly onto the screen, as well as saving and sharing collaborative work.

Our new interactive pens are more comfortable to use, with hard or soft tips and battery life three times longer than previous models. Some projectors also feature finger-touch control for even easier involvement.

Connect and collaborate

Hassle-free interactive presenting

Keep focused with PC-free annotation mode for instant access to whiteboard functions, and take direct control of your document camera from the projector.

Enhanced connectivity

Make connections to PCs, DVD players, document cameras and more with multiple HDMI inputs. Change source quickly and maintain lesson flow using the new home screen that gives access to key projector functions and controls. Meanwhile optional Wi-Fi allows even more freedom of movement, as presenters are not restricted by cable length.

Inspiration through involvement

Add a new dimension to teaching by writing, drawing and adding comments and answers directly onto the screen. The new interactive pens are more comfortable to use, with hard or soft tips and a three times longer battery life. Some projectors also feature finger-touch control for even easier involvement.

A wide choice of contributors

Share content between class members with the Multi-PC function which enables up to 50 people to share content from their PCs. The enhanced moderator function gives the teacher an easy way to choose up to four of them for display on the screen at the same time.

Large scale interactive presenting

Create one huge ultra-wide screen interactive surface with two projectors working seamlessly together. Multiscreen interactivity means that the full image area can still be used for interactive features.

Two screens for one

Add depth to learning with our split-screen feature that can show content from two different sources, such as a lesson plan from a PC and a still image or video clip from a document camera.

Display size matters


of students can't read content on a 70-inch flat panel display3

Bigger screen size means better visibility and greater readability all the way to the back of the room. Epson projectors also offer easy connectivity, and are easier to handle and mount - a typical 70-inch flat panel can weigh 73kg, while the EB-696Ui Full HD WUXGA projector weighs just 8.3kg.

Find the ideal screen size for your classroom

Our interactive viewing distance tool lets you calculate the ideal screen size for your projector, based on room dimensions, layout and number of seats.

Product range

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¹ Based on fourth quarter 2016 results for EMEAR region.

² Wei, W.J. and Lee L.C., 2013.

³ Comparing leading 70-inch class model 4K resolution flat panel (top-selling – in units – excluding sales into hotels according to PMA distributor data for North America, sales between Jan-Sept 2015) in a 6.7 metres wide x 8.2 metres deep classroom style arrangement. When asked to copy down six short items of information from slides being displayed, 58% of students aged 12-22 copied at least one item incorrectly. Based on US research conducted by Radius Research, April 2016.