Elmo USA, a developer of imaging products for schools, has unveiled its new point-to-multipoint content delivery system, Elmo P2MP, at the InfoComm 2014 show taking place in Las Vegas, NV from June 18 to 21.
Smart Technologies has just launched a new digital capture board that uses ink like a dry-erase board, but can virtually beam its contents in real-time to digital devices, like a tablet.
Epson is rolling out a host of expansions and new releases to its various lines of projectors, including the addition of three new models to its PowerLite series and the introduction of its BrightLink Pro ultra-short throw interactive projectors.
Through a major interior renovation completed just over a year ago, the University of Denver transformed its existing main library, Penrose, into the new Anderson Academic Commons. Rethinking the use of space has dramatically changed the nature of services and the user experience, allowing DU to focus on building community.
BenQ has kicked off a new grant program for education.
As part of its special university program, semiconductor IP company ARM now offers a digital signal processing Lab-in-a-Box that includes high definition home media and voice-controlled home automation systems to help support electronics and computer engineering courses.
This week at InfoComm 2014 in Las Vegas, Visix is introducing a new room sign line that combines digital signage and room management functions.
Boeckeler Instruments has launched a new annotation system, the Pointmaker CPN-5600 HDCP, which features a hardware-based video processor and enables users to display and share content from an iPad or multiple video and computer sources.
Sony has unveiled several new models of projectors, including new WUXGA projectors weighing less than 13 pounds and new laser light source projectors.
PESA, a manufacturer of audio and video distribution systems, has introduced its new compact streaming system, PESA Xstream C22.