At the InfoComm 2011 conference in Orlando, FL, AVTEQ introduced its new videoconferencing solution, the AVTEQ Elite EL-2000.
At InfoComm in Orlando, FL, AMX debuted a new software tool that allows IT administrators to remotely manage and monitor audiovisual equipment and building systems, such as lights and HVAC, from a centralized dashboard.
Viewsonic has rolled out two sub-$700 LCD projectors with wired networking and the ability to project color corrected images on nonwhite surfaces.
Aurora Multimedia has unveiled a Web-based controller that manipulates AV devices through touch screen inputs and programmed event triggers. The company has also released a button controller with an LCD readout.
Casio America is partnering with Crestron Electronics to provide users with help desk management, remote monitoring, and control of networked AV devices.
InFocus has launched a new videoconferencing and collaboration system called "Mondopad"--a 55-inch touchscreen display with built-in whiteboarding, presentation, and communications tools.
Elmo USA has introduced a new document camera that offers computer-free video capture and support for direct control via wireless tablet.
Villanova Law School's practice courtroom puts the faculty member playing judge in control of the courtroom, just like it is in real life. Advanced technology--plus a well designed system for managing that technology--helps put students in control of their presentations and hone their courtroom skills.
Mitsubishi has released a portable 3D-ready DLP projector with the ability to simultaneously display images from a maximum of four computer inputs on a projection area divided into quarters.
Boxlight has released a portable LCD projector with networking connectivity and the ability to project color corrected images on nonwhite surfaces.