Here are the most important considerations that tech-savvy universities are using to design the classroom of the future.
Panasonic has rolled out a trio of midrange portable LCD projectors for classroom presentations, two of them--including one WXGA-resolution model--coming in at less than $900.
The United States Naval Academy is tapping wireless AV systems in an effort to enhance physical training among its students.
Peerless-AV has launched a line of indoor and outdoor wireless mounts that enable streaming of full HD 1080p images at a distance of up to 131 feet.
Casio this week reported it's revamping its lineup of highly mobile projectors that use a hybrid light source based on lasers and LEDs.
Mohawk College has deployed a new digital signage system in its student center that will keep students current on campus news and services, deliver emergency alerts, and replace the posters that previously took up wall space in the center.
BenQ has rolled out a DLP-based handheld projector that displays HD in small, low-light venues without the use of a traditional bulb.
InFocus has started shipping a pair of high-definition DLP-based projectors designed for classrooms and other medium-sized venues.
NEC Display Solutions of America has announced two new projector models, the PX700W and PX800X. Both are large screen, professional installation models intended for large venues with high ambient light.
Crestron has come out with a new high-definition lecture capture kit that provides "one-button" operation. CaptureLiveHD lets users schedule, record, publish online, and view lectures, presentations, seminars, and training sessions.