Epson has introduced six new projectors designed for schools, including a new short-throw model that can be mounted as close as 2.8 inches from the projection surface. The new lineup debuted Wednesday at the FETC 2010 conference, underway this week in Orlando, FL.
Planar Systems has started shipping the new Clarity Matrix LCD Video Wall System, an LCD panel system that delivers tiled visuals to create a wall-sized display.
MRV Communications has announced an optical media converter addition to the company's XY line, the Fiber Driver EM316GSW-XY, a gigabit/Fast Ethernet multi-function media converter.
Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA has replaced its wireless networking gear with wireless access points (APs) from Meraki in a 150,000 square foot computer science building.
NEC has debuted two new short-throw projectors. The NP510WS and NP610S are portable models designed specifically for classrooms, where space is at a premium.
A new line of high definition televisions, the XVT Pro Series, will soon be available from Vizio.
Crestron has expanded its DigitalMedia (DM) line of source-to-display solutions. The latest offerings including a new transmitter and DigitalMedia output cards that are available in 20 different versions.
Optoma announced the company will add 3D-ready capabilities to at least six new projector models by the first half of 2010.
Light Blue Optics unveiled a laser projector with the unique ability to turn any projected image into a touch screen. The Light Touch is a mobile interactive projector that creates a 10-inch display.
Following a multi-year effort, Northwestern University in Illinois has deployed wireless gear throughout its residential housing and at other spots on two campuses.