This system enables the learner more clearly comprehend the delivered courses through comparing or combining different contents showed simultaneously among screens. Lecturers also can utilize the multichannel stimulation to design multimedia materials on multi-screen to increase the learning effects. Likewise, the system supports functions of drawing lines, marks making, or handwriting which is similar to the traditional black board teaching. Moreover, the system adds the KINECT body control allowing more flexible adjustments like switching pages and switching the placement of counterpart screens with body movements. On the other hand, this paper also proposed an editing system for easier reproducing teaching materials based on a multi-screen system. Except for the basic marks making function, the drag and drop editing design of the editing system helps lecturers reference their lecturing contents. This multiscreen projecting system was applied in college courses and successfully proved that it does enhance the learning effectively.