Two companies with 3D products are working together to serve the education market. AVRover, which bundles the components for portable audio visual systems, will be adding XPAND 3D glasses to its 3D-specific bundle.
Educators and students, with beginner or advanced coding skills, will soon be able to build--and share--3D applications.
A Canadian university has unveiled a new 10.7-inch, paper-thin tablet-like device that users can control through traditional gestures or by moving or bending its flexible display.
Although some educators see 3D technology as another tech gimmick, it has the possibility to revolutionize training in a host of disciplines--and cut costs.
This January NEC will ship two new ultra-short-throw LCD projectors, both to be available with in bundles that provide interactivity using the company's eBeam technology.
BenQ has started shipping its new MX520 projector, a midrange model designed for medium-sized rooms. The DLP-based MX520 is designed for energy savings and provides up to 6,500 hours of lamp life.
Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, CA, has begun implementing wireless multifunctional switches from Hitachi to gain wireless connectivity between data and video sources and compatible Hitachi LCD projectors.
Elmo USA will unveil its new mobile projector at the 2013 International CES in January in Las Vegas, NV.
Journalism students at California Polytechnic State University are getting a real-world education, thanks to new handheld camcorders recently purchased by the university.
Smart Technologies has debuted a new touch- and pen-enabled interactive projector--the first of its kind, according to the company. The LightRaise 60wi is expected to ship in the first quarter of 2013.