Canon has launched a new high-brightness LCD projector for use in school auditoriums and other large venues.
A seasoned educational designer creates a tech-based, collaborative space at the University of London's library.
Atlona Technologies has rolled out a new KVM extender that uses wireless USB adapters to transmit keyboard, video, mouse, and audio signals to a maximum of 30 feet.
Crestron has introduced a new series of AV network equipment that boasts a throughput of 8 Gbps when sending communications and AV signals over fiber or twisted pair cable.
Oregon State University is trying out a new type of classroom for its introductory physics courses, which typically have 75 to 100 students. The space, introduced in spring 2010, replaces rows of desks with round tables and covers the walls with giant interactive whiteboards.
Extron Electronics has launched four new models in its XTRA series of 1U convection-cooled amplifiers, including two- and four-channel models, as well as two models supporting 70 volt speakers.
AMX has rolled out four RMS-compatible AV wall plates--the CP-3006, CP-3008, CP-3017-NA, and the CP-3017-TR-US--as part of its new Novara 3000 series.
Though centralized PC labs have been an important part of both campus space planning and IT infrastructure for the last two decades, this may be changing.
Crestron has unveiled a new 7.3 surround sound audio processor along with a series of matched amplifiers for use in auditoriums, classrooms, and conference rooms. The company also debuted three new matrix switchers.
Defining appropriate room characteristics can simplify classroom design and improve the chances of its success as a teaching and learning space.