IQ annual group travel —A visit to Mount Lu

Have you ever read `its torrent dashes down three feet from high, I wonder if it’s Milky way that falls from the sky ‘by Tang Dynasty-Li Bai? , or ` you cannot see the shape of the mountain when you stand on it’ by Song Dynasty-Su Shi? We all learned the poems related to Lushan. Therefore, IQ members are going to visit Lushan to recall the familiar place in our memories.

Early in the morning, we left for Lushan, having a great time together on the train and reached there till afternoon, Lushan is famous for its summer resort and so it is! Cool breeze in the mountain! On the first day, we were heading for Flower Park which was named by BaijuYI. and the Ruqin lake which is like a violin lying in the mountain.

The scenery made us relaxed.

The next day, we paid the visit to the Three Tiled Springs as we heard that “you are not reach Lushan unless you reach the Three Tiled Springs”. The steep stairs leading to the valley was really a challenge, but we made it.

Rowing in the water, having a water fight with each other.

In the afternoon, some of strongers went to the Five Old Men Peaks which is mentioned in the Japanese comic, a miracle place for purple dragon training. And the rest of us with families arrived at the Hanpokou across from the mountain, overlooking the Five Old Men Peaks and Poyang lake.

On the third day, we visited the beautiful Meilu Villa, a place once accommodated Chiang Kai-shek and Chairman Mao in different years. The unique bathroom inside attracted lots of eyes. Besides the Meilu Villa, we also visited the museum with Lushan history, Mount Lu conference site. etc.

Time flies when we were having fun. Looking forward to our next journey.

Wanna buy an interactive digital display?Ask these 10 questions first

The next generation of the interactive digital display, such as IQTouch, are more popular in the corporate and educational environments than ever before. They offer a range of amazing features that can be seamlessly integrated into existing technology platforms and are more cost-effective than ever.

The best system allows users to do what they need, while using their familiar and IT-approved software tools and existing peripherals.

This growth also drives the improvement of AV performance, smaller hardware footprint, and therefore less space in crowded spaces and a shift to open architecture solutions. Being able to use your own software and peripherals is key to this flexibility, as users often use non-standardized devices such as smartphones and laptops and want to connect them to interactive digital display for collaboration.

If you want to set up an interactive solution for your business or school, think carefully about the following questions to help you find the solution that best suits your needs.

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1: Size and space are often the key factors, and display providers that offer a variety of screen sizes can give you more choices. For example, IQ currently offers 55-inch to 98-inch options in its IQTouch series.

 

2: If you want to add an interactive display to your existing setting, are the interactive display brand you considering is “closed architecture” or an open architecture solution? Can it be smoothly integrated with your existing video conferences, cameras, software, and other devices?

 

3: Is the interactive display brand you are considering embedding in Windows, or does it allow you to run your own operating system display that has been approved by the IT department?

 

4: In addition to flat panel displays or projector-based displays, do you want to buy an interactive display with proprietary annotation software to make the system work best?

 

5: Whether the interactive display vendor needs to provide software licenses to all employees when using the display, further increasing the initial setup cost.

 

6: Ask if the annotations and collaboration software are included in the price of the interactive display. Also, do employees need training to operate the interactive display?

 

7: Does the interactive display use a third-party touch overlay for multi-touch functionality, or is it integrated into the design of the interactive display from the very beginning of design/engineering?

 

8: For true collaboration, consider how many users can use the interactive display at the same time. Ask how many contacts the monitor you are considering will support. For example, the IQTouch interactive display provides at least 10 touch points on all of its interactive display devices.

 

9: If you want to set up your monitor to interact with multiple users, can it work in a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) environment?

 

10: Will the interactive display perform other digital signage functions if needed?

 

Interactive digital display based on an open architecture model have proven to be the best way to seamlessly integrate new advanced interactive display solutions into classrooms or conference rooms. More and more organizations are achieving this at a lower cost while leveraging existing best practices and existing audiovisual and video conferencing equipment and software investments in user organizations.