Journalism students at California Polytechnic State University are getting a real-world education, thanks to new handheld camcorders recently purchased by the university.
Smart Technologies has debuted a new touch- and pen-enabled interactive projector--the first of its kind, according to the company. The LightRaise 60wi is expected to ship in the first quarter of 2013.
Northern Kentucky University's 25' x 15' video wall, in its Griffin Hall Digitorium, is made of 285 MicroTiles from visual technologies provider Christie Digital System
NEC has updated its line of mobile LCD projectors for education, adding three new sub-$1,000 models and introducing a new technology that supports wireless transmission of images from an iPad.
ViewSonic's new full HD LED displays feature wide viewing angle and frameless bezel design.
Christie has debuted six new high-light-output education projectors built around single-chip (0.65- or 0.67-inch DMD) DLP technology. The projectors include four new models in Christie's E Series and two models in the new G Series, all offering light output greater than 5,000 lumens.
Students in the Department of Radio, Television, and Film at the University of North Texas are getting real-world media experience, producing a new original sitcom "Peppuccinos."
Extron Electronics has released a new AV communication suite for school campuses that combines multiple tools into a single software package.
Broadcast students at Middle Tennessee State University are getting real-world television production training, thanks to the institution's new 40-foot, $1.7 million mobile HD production vehicle.
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