MIT's most energy efficient building, E62, isn't skimping on technological capacity. This new home for the Sloan School of Management has implemented a media infrastructure to support multiple forms of smart classroom operations.
When Mark Jones learned that South College's burgeoning medical programs were going to be moving into a new home, he saw the expansion as a chance to introduce a host of new classroom technologies on campus.
A small research university in New York is using LED tiles in a large video display that lets students view campus news, watch live television, and even play video games.
A maker of high-tech lecterns has introduced one that doesn't require the instructor to set up a laptop computer to make presentations.
University of Massachusetts Amherst is formally adopting classroom clickers as part of its classroom technology offerings. The university will begin offering the i>clicker2 for faculty and students beginning this fall.
Extron has started shipping larger, higher-resolution versions of its TouchLink AV control panel system, the TLP 1000MV and TLP 1000TV.
AMX has launched a new AV control system for Android-based smart phones.
Wacom has released an update to its DTU-2231, an interactive, pressure-sensitive tablet display targeted toward education.
NEC has introduced a new portable, 3D-capable classroom projector that includes wired network connectivity and offers a brightness of 3,000 lumens for less than $800.
Casio has debuted a new lineup of projectors that work with a combination of lasers and LEDs instead of lamps. The light sources produce up to 3,500 lumens of brightness and have an estimated life of 20,000 hours.