A small research university in New York is using LED tiles in a large video display that lets students view campus news, watch live television, and even play video games.
A maker of high-tech lecterns has introduced one that doesn't require the instructor to set up a laptop computer to make presentations.
University of Massachusetts Amherst is formally adopting classroom clickers as part of its classroom technology offerings. The university will begin offering the i>clicker2 for faculty and students beginning this fall.
Extron has started shipping larger, higher-resolution versions of its TouchLink AV control panel system, the TLP 1000MV and TLP 1000TV.
AMX has launched a new AV control system for Android-based smart phones.
Wacom has released an update to its DTU-2231, an interactive, pressure-sensitive tablet display targeted toward education.
NEC has introduced a new portable, 3D-capable classroom projector that includes wired network connectivity and offers a brightness of 3,000 lumens for less than $800.
Casio has debuted a new lineup of projectors that work with a combination of lasers and LEDs instead of lamps. The light sources produce up to 3,500 lumens of brightness and have an estimated life of 20,000 hours.
Canon has debuted five new midrange and entry-level LCD classroom projectors, including four for $800 or less.
Crestron has debuted an AV receiver and room controller that scales video, amplifies audio, and offers room control capabilities as part of its Digital Media line of AV networking devices.