Interactive Workspaces

When setting up a seminar room, the analysis of the contents conveyed and the resulting demands on furniture and technology are the first priority.


In fact, for some subject areas only the visibility of a presentation, e.g. on a central media wall, must be guaranteed. For computer training, computer-based exams and learning situations with a high level of practical content, as well as complex visual content, fully equipped interactive workstations are required – and monitors that are visible or invisible, retracted or extended on demand.

MODIS 220 retractable monitors in classroom


Ideal Solution.

Touch screens can be used as well as optionally connectable input devices or interfaces for uncomplicated access to mobile storage media. The style of teaching, which can range from pure frontal teaching to the joint development of the subject matter, finds its counterpart in the choice of media technology. The ideal solution for a multi-purpose seminar room are versatile solutions with which the room can be flexibly adapted to each of these scenarios.


For training rooms designed for large numbers of people, the acquisition and maintenance costs of the media technology are an important criterion. Above all, however, the effectiveness. However, the decisive factor always remains: all information is conveyed in the same quality at every location.

MODIS retractable monitor mounted from below