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.
Students at southern California's iPoly High last week moved out of the portable classrooms that have housed the school since 1991 into a brand-new two story, 21-classroom, green-friendly facility outfitted with the latest innovations in education technology.
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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Epson has unveiled an upcoming addition to its classroom document camera lineup, the Epson DC-20. The new model includes a 12x optical zoom coupled with a 10x digital zoom, along with HDMI connectivity.
New 55-inch display supports unlimited touch points and simultaneous users.
New monitors designed to cut energy costs and extend display life.
U Oregon basketball fans can keep up with the live action, even when away from their seats, thanks to a newly deployed media system at the university's Matthew Knight Arena.