Inspire Active Learning
Creating flexible learning spaces
Artome S1 is every teacher’s ideal sidekick in transforming classes to active learning experiences. It´s image and sound are easily manageable with your own device. Bring the big picture and big sound exactly where you need it.
Artome in classroom
Research shows, that 58% of students cannot read all content on a 70-inch flat panel*
Artome in classroom
Create immersive learning experience with the help of audiovisual technology
Unlock the potential of spaces
Flexible technology enables dynamic learning environments
Artome S1 - Easiness of use
Product is designed to be as simple to use as possible, no drivers or installation – just plug-n-play
Too often, new technology can take hours to master with its complex features and user interfaces. Have a laptop or mobile device and simply connect to the Artome S1 with Apple TV, Google Chrome, or AirServer. With AirServer, you can skip the learning curve and share content simultaneously on up to eight different devices on a 120-inch screen.
Picture and sound for pop-up events effortlessly without Installation
Thanks to Artome S1's big image size, powerful integrated sound system and and two microphone connections, you can organize pop-up events anytime and anywhere. Student presentations, parent evenings, or even karaoke moments are effortlessly conducted with the help of Artome S1.
For the tech people
Birch plywood, MDF, steel, aluminum, fabric (PES)
(W x H x D) 52 x 81 x 48,5 cm / 20,47” x 31,88” x 19,09”
Warranty ( exl. projector )
2.1. -sound system
0-30 °C / 32-86 °F
U x 280 mm / 11” (depth)
Power, Source, Vol +/-, Pause, Freeze, Mic gain
HDMI 1, HDMI 2, Mic in x2, Power outlet (100-240V~ 50/60Hz)
Connections for integrators
HDMI 3 (M2M), RS-232, 3,5 mm audio jack, LAN
Epson: EB-770F / 775F / 760W
Recommended image size
* Leading 70-inch class 4k resolution flat panel in a 22′ (width) by 27′ (depth) classroom-style arrangement. When asked to copy down six short items of information from slides being displayed, 58% of students ages 12-22 copied at least one item incorrectly. Based on U.S. research conducted by Radius Research. More info.