Canon has unveiled two new high-end models in its REALiS line of LCoS-based multimedia projectors, along with four sub-$800 portable LCD projectors.
Here are four audiovisual technologies gaining ground in and tranforming the classroom in 2012.
Macmillan New Ventures' i>clicker unit is rolling out an enhanced version of its student response device this fall.
Smart Technologies has released version 11 of its collaborative learning tool, Smart Notebook. The company has also released an update to Smart Response and 3D Tools for Mac OS X.
Elmo USA has launched a new mobile document visual presenter, the MO-1, a document camera designed for instruction both on the road and in the classroom.
InFocus has recently rolled out a series of high brightness LCD installation projectors for use in auditoriums, lecture halls, and other large venues.
Epson has debuted a new LCD-based multimedia projector for small to mid-sized classrooms that require flexibility in setup.
Technology furniture maker Anthro has launched two new charging systems designed for iPads, e-readers, and other tablet devices used in schools.
Acer America has launched a new sub-$300 pico projector that produces a native wide VGA-resolution image at distances of 15.75 inches to 12.1 feet.
Splashtop has released an application that gives functionality similar to that of an interactive whiteboard to Android-based tablet computers.