Mitsubishi has rolled out two 3D-ready DLP projectors that use specialized lenses to enable shorter throw ratios and to greatly reduce glare for presenters or educators standing in front of the units.
School furniture manufacturer Bretford has introduced a new line of powered and modular tech-friendly furniture for the classroom, the EDU 2.0 system.
A maker of high-tech lecterns has introduced one that doesn't require the instructor to set up a laptop computer to make presentations.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
The Turning Foundation, NBC Learn, and Turning Technologies have opened the Spring 2011 Classroom Improvement Technology Grant, which will award educational technology packages to 10 teachers in the United States.
AMX has launched a new AV control system for Android-based smart phones.
Extron has started shipping larger, higher-resolution versions of its TouchLink AV control panel system, the TLP 1000MV and TLP 1000TV.
Ed tech provider Livescribe has launched a new resource portal for K-12 to support instructors using interactive pens in the classroom.
Wacom has released an update to its DTU-2231, an interactive, pressure-sensitive tablet display targeted toward education.
Ed tech developer NetSupport has released a new classroom management tool for Mac OS X and Linux, NetSupport Assist.
Classroom AV manufacturer Extron reported that its grant program has so far awarded more than $4 million in audiovisual gear to schools in the United States.