One of our teachers managed to turn the projected image upside down on a classroom whiteboard. On the menu route, she did this through Reset - Reset. To reverse this we can get to Reset & then the Reset/Cancel option, but can only select Cancel. At the moment she can only teach by getting the children to do handstands. Help!
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Interactive whiteboards are mainly used to improve quality of the education in classrooms. The use of interactive whiteboard allows instructor to alter the different information present in the board which can even be copied and transferred to the next slide. The data that is present in the board can be clicked on, moved, copied and analyzed. The interactive whiteboard also allows the teacher to write like the any other whiteboard but it also turns the handwritten notes into texts which can be later referred to at any moment of urgency.
Hi, Your projector is probably set for ceiling mount which will project an upside down image because the projector is normally mounted upside down when installed on the ceiling. Go into the menu and select extended then select projection then select front. That should return the image to right side up.
Every modern projector that I have seen has a setting that will allow you to flip the image for this.If you purchased it used it was probably configured as a ceiling mount in an upside down orientation or rear projection onto a translucent screen.
(The projection method can be set from the "OPTION2" menu. in a Model LM1 so it should be similar. http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/PTLM1U.PDF
If yours doesn't have this option, then you'll have to use mounts that require the projector to be upside down.
go into the menu using either your remote or the button on the projector itself. At the top are several options i.e. "picture" scr-adj. Click over to the right ONCE to "SCR-ADJ" this stands for source adjust. Then look for something called like PRJ mode (projection mode) This tells the projector which direction to display the image so that incase you want to hang it from the ceiling upside down you can. Click down to that menu option. You will then have to click over to the right in order to see your options. If you are using it hanging on a ceiling you want it to say "ceiling front" if it is merely sitting on a cart or a shelf just put it on "front".