Say hello, to the future of interactive learning

The display is typically mounted to a wall or on a floor stand. They are used in a variety of settings, such as in classrooms at all levels of education; in corporate board rooms and work groups; training rooms for professional sports coaching; broadcasting studios and much more. The main advantage of Interactive Displays is their integrated display, removing the need (and recurring running costs) of a digital projector.

With the power of a large format display, you can control applications on the screen, write notes in digital ink and save your work to share later. Interactive Touchscreens can also come with collaborative learning software, which helps you create, deliver and manage high-impact interactive lessons.

Our Work

View some of our previous Interactive Touchscreen solutions.
  • Royal Bolton Hospital NHS Trust

    Royal Bolton Hospital Pathology Unit commissioned LLaborate to assist in their new consultant meeting room. Initially, our client wanted an interactive whiteboard and projector. Once they […]

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  • Churchgate Academy

    The overall goal for the Interactive touch presentation project was to develop an environment that could be easily repeated and based in many rooms. The technology […]

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  • Manchester City Football Club – Training Ground

    LLaborate is proud to be associated with Manchester City Football club. LLaborate has supplied and installed Interactive technologies at both Carrington (First team training ground) and […]

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  • All Souls Church Community Center

    In 2007 All Souls church in Bolton became a location of much scrutiny, it had stood for years as a redundant and worn building, a shame […]
  • Ashton Sixth Form College

    Ashton Sixth form college provides one of the highest quality academic experiences in the area, they currently hold around 2000 students between the ages of 16 […]