Epson's new release, designed for large classrooms and environments with bright lights, offers 3,700 lumens and a host of connectivity and network capabilities.
Mitsubishi is launching a new "cloud projector" with an integrated thin client function that eliminates the need for a separate PC. The device is debuting this week at the FETC 2013 conference taking place in Orlando, FL.
Panasonic has added four new interactive whiteboards with an integrated PC to its existing array of interactive, visual-based Panaboard whiteboard products.
Epson has launched a new family of high-light-output projectors, the PowerLite Pro G-series. The new models, which debuted at the FETC 2013 conference taking place in Orlando, FL this week, offer brightness ratings up up to 7,000 lumens on a single lamp.
Epson will this month begin shipping two new 3D projectors, designed for education, which feature active and passive 3D projection technology.
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.