BenQ is rolling out a new line of entry-level DLP projectors, its M6 series. The lineup includes four models, all of them capable out outputting at least 2,800 lumens.
Crestron's newest all-in-one AV presentation solution for video conference room features acoustic echo cancellation for high-quality audio delivery.
UNLV's Thomas & Mack Center recently completed an upgrade of its control room to full HD production
Panasonic's new lamp-free, single chip projectors feature 3,500 lumens of brightness and are designed to operate up to 20,000 hours without maintenance.
Touchscreen technology is turning digital signs into interactive route planners, giving users customized directions based on everything from time of day to weather conditions.
Sheridan College's new classrooms, with flexible classroom design, aims to foster a collaborative learning environment
Boston College athletic department upgraded its control room with a new video control center.
This month Epson will roll out a new model in its BrightLink line of interactive projectors. The new LCD-based BrightLink 436Wi will be the first portable unit in the lineup, weighing less than 10 pounds.
Epson's new release, designed for large classrooms and environments with bright lights, offers 3,700 lumens and a host of connectivity and network capabilities.
Mitsubishi is rolling our a new family of bulb-free hybrid laser/LED projectors. The new line, called LaserVue, is debuting this week at the FETC 2013 conference taking place in Orlando, FL.