FlashPoint Bingo Display
‘Projected’ Onto PCs, TVs
Want to up your Bingo game, but can’t afford, nor need the deluxe equipment typically found in those larger halls? Video King has a simple solution for all those senior centers, fraternal organizations and smaller-scale venues, which in comparison, costs virtually nothing at all … The Flashpoint Bingo Display!
Combining gaming ingenuity with our computer know-how, Video King has developed software, which can display a 75-number Bingo board onto a touch-screen PC.
For an even bigger bang for your buck, the computer also has a HDMI or Display Port, which means the same Bingo board image can be displayed onto one or more large-screen TVs.
And, it makes no difference whether you use Bingo cards, a roll cage or random number generator to “call” the balls.
Once a number is called, simply touch the number displayed on the computer-generated Bingo board.
As soon as the number is touched or “daubed,” it will zoom large – for a programmable number of seconds – onto the computer, as well as any TV, before returning back to the full-screen (16:9 widescreen) Bingo board in your hall.
Animated Bingo Display
For added pizzazz, an animated Bingo graphic will be activated, again for a programmable number of seconds, by pressing the “Bingo Button” once Bingo is called.
To begin a new game, simply touch the button (or click the mouse for older computers) to “Clear Balls.”
The FlashPoint Video Flashboard allows callers to use a mouse or a touch-screen to click on the flashboard, using Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8.x and Windows 10. It can be displayed on 4:3 aspect ratio monitors/TVs as well as 16:9 wide-screen format monitors/TVs.
Flashpoint only has one image, so the image the caller sees is the exact same image displayed on any additional monitors/TVs in the hall. If connecting additional monitors, they need to be the same aspect ratio as the caller’s monitor.
Designed specifically for smaller-scale budgets at smaller-scale halls, the software can be sold separately or as a package, which would include the software, TV screens, computer and cables.