Use Samsung’s Gear VR headset or a VR-capable smartphone to take a 360-degree tour of the digital signage and interactive whiteboard technologies used around the sprawling campus of The King’s Academy (TKA), a K-12 faith-based private school in West Palm Beach, Florida.

The school enlisted United Data Technologies to design and install a Samsung-driven end-to-end display and signage solution. In this immersive video shot with a 360 degree-capable camera, United CTO Daniel Rodriguez walks viewers around some of TKA’s common areas, also going into classrooms and behind the scenes in the school’s ambitious performing arts center.

TKA uses Samsung’s Smart Signage system-on-chip (SoC) displays and MagicInfo content management software to keep students and visitors updated on school news and events, drive concession sales at sporting events and even live-stream theater productions to the lobby and backstage.

Educators are also using Samsung collaboration technologies in the classroom, such as interactive whiteboards that enable touch and on-screen writing, launch videos and even conduct fun classroom games.

Discover data-driven insights into how smart signage compares to traditional digital displays in this white paper.

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