Imperial College launches 'Digibox' co-learning space with Prysm

Imperial College launches
Imperial College London and AV specialist DVSI have teamed up to create Digibox, a new interactive co-learning space in the Molecular Sciences Research Hub in London.

The first of its kind group ideation space is designed to promote a new style of collaborative learning, with an interactive Prysm 190 canvas and video conferencing technologies. Designed and installed by AV company DVSI, the 30-person capacity high tech space was conceived as a new learning concept that brings research and project teams together. 

Located on the ground floor of the Molecular Sciences Research Hub (MSRH) in the Imperial West Campus located in White City, Digibox will be used by the department of chemistry for teaching, research and collaborative learning sessions. The inspirational setting within the heart of one of the world’s top academic institutions makes for a powerful backdrop to any kind of off-site corporate design-thinking or project planning session.

At the heart of the Digibox’s is the latest 6K Prysm 190-inch interactive digital canvas, supported by Prysm’s PAS software platform. 

Designed to drive team engagement, streamline communications, and help bring ideas and connections to life, this interactive multi-user digital surface is the largest single panel touch screen in the UK and the first to be deployed in a dedicated educational and research facility. Supported with video conferencing and audio equipment, Digibox is also hybrid, allowing teams in different campuses to work together and international specialists to be included remotely.

The MSRH offers a combination of onsite university connections and is available for hire with hospitality for clients. The space will also be available for demonstration of the technology, for clients looking to explore how it can work for their business. 








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