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AV & Presentation


Elmo USA To Launch Mobile Projector in January

Elmo USA will unveil its new mobile projector at the 2013 International CES in January in Las Vegas, NV.

Smart Unveils Interactive Touch Projector

Smart Technologies has debuted a new touch- and pen-enabled interactive projector--the first of its kind, according to the company. The LightRaise 60wi is expected to ship in the first quarter of 2013.

Connecting With Students

It's the little things that can help a teacher connect with every student in the class, according to author Lynell Burmark: A good place to start: Show the image first, then use the words.

NEC Debuts Mobile Projectors with Wireless iPad Support

NEC has updated its line of mobile LCD projectors for education, adding three new sub-$1,000 models and introducing a new technology that supports wireless transmission of images from an iPad.

ViewSonic Unveils Widescreen, Full HD Displays

ViewSonic's new full HD LED displays feature wide viewing angle and frameless bezel design.

Christie Intros High-Light-Output DLP Projectors

Christie has debuted six new high-light-output education projectors built around single-chip (0.65- or 0.67-inch DMD) DLP technology. The projectors include four new models in Christie's E Series and two models in the new G Series, all offering light output greater than 5,000 lumens.

Extron Releases Campus Communication Suite

Extron Electronics has released a new AV communication suite for school campuses that combines multiple tools into a single software package.

Epson Intros HD Document Camera with 12x Optical Zoom

Epson has unveiled an upcoming addition to its classroom document camera lineup, the Epson DC-20. The new model includes a 12x optical zoom coupled with a 10x digital zoom, along with HDMI connectivity.

Stackable Touchscreen Display Supports Unlimited Simultaneous Users

New 55-inch display supports unlimited touch points and simultaneous users.

Taking Students Where No School Bus Can Go

You don't often find a group of 75 fifth graders from a public school in Virginia interacting directly with scientists based at Palmer Station, Antarctica, but that's exactly what takes place every year at Herman L. Horn Elementary in Vinton, VA. Using Skype as a videoconferencing platform--and working together with her school's instruction technology coordinator, Holly Ireland--social studies teacher Amanda Lusk has orchestrated two of these events from the convenience of her own classroom.

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