One solution to this is to use the Mimios via USB. Several of our folks have
purchased Mimio units for their classrooms and rearranged their desks so
that their computers are no within 16 feet (USB max) of the Mimio unit. I
have always figured a wired connection to be more reliable than wireless
anyway, plus why spend the extra $$$ on wireless if it is not necessary.
on 9/22/09 8:48 AM, Lucie deLaBruere wrote:
> heads up.
> Probably some of you know this already, but after some extensive
> troubleshooting about why our Mimios worked well in some classrooms and not
> in others, we discovered it was interference from the "new" sensors that
> turn lights on and off. When I talked to the tech department at Mimio they
> said this is a KNOWN problem and showed me a test on the Mimio Software that
> checks for infared and ultrasound interference.
> Just passing that on in case some of you have MIMIOS.
> Basically the "mouse" part of the mimio worked okay, but the "pen" skipped
> like it was writing a dotted line.
> Hope that saves someone out there some 'gray hairs".
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