NEC has unveiled four high-brightness projectors with the ability to project images on nonwhite and three-dimensional surfaces, including cylindrical and spherical walls and the corners of rooms.
A California dental school with 14 regional clinics has installed large format digital displays to bolster campus communication.
Epson has rolled out a new projector that can turn walls, tabletops, and other flat surfaces into interactive learning environments.
Gefen, a company that offers scalers, converters, splitters, extenders, signal switches, and digital signage devices, has unveiled three KVM extenders that use CAT-5 cable to extend video signals and USB peripherals.
In an effort to broaden the reach of video collaboration on its campus, Arizona State University has adopted a new appliance from Vidyo that lets users record and Webcast their own video conferences.
A recent trend in AV has been migrating smart classroom technologies onto the network--from document cameras and projectors to student laptops to classroom audio systems. One of the most commonly cited benefits has been simplifying device management for the IT staff. But, as Harrisburg University AV specialist Keith Thomas explains, there are major educational benefits as well.
Crestron has rolled out a new AV presentation controller that sends commands to a maximum of three devices via infrared or one via RS-232.
Classroom equipment maker Elmo USA has rolled out a new classroom AV cart that combines a projector, document camera, and several other interactive presentation tools into a single mobile unit. In addition to the cart, Elmo has also introduced a new classroom AV switcher that operates off RS-232 and infrared.
Cisco has debuted an array of new and enhanced video collaboration and communication tools to help organizations capture and share lectures, training sessions, meetings, and other events online.
Epson recently introduced a 2,500-lumen classroom projector that's expected to come in at about $600 when it ships next quarter.