Extron has rolled out two control processors that can remotely access, troubleshoot, and monitor entire AV systems and their individual components through an Ethernet connection.
Gefen has released an extender that expands the range of USB 2.0-based cameras, keyboards, scanners, printers, DVD burners, external hard drives, and mice.
Epson America has developed a tool to make adding its products to federal funding applications much easier, the company announced this week.
- By Scott Aronowitz
NEC Display Solutions is launching three new sub-$2,000 installation projectors with wireless capabilities.
At the FETC 2011 conference being held in Orlando, FL, Bretford Manufacturing demoed a new netbook cart that securely stores and charges up to 36 classroom netbooks.
Epson has introduced two LCD projectors with networking and voice amplification capabilities. The pair debuted at the FETC 2011 conference being held this week in Orlando, FL.
Today HP launched new additions to its Digital Learning Suite, a lineup of K-12 education tools ranging from classroom management software to presentation devices to a multi-seat thin client solution.
A fairly new teacher has come up with a way to help her anxiety-ridden AP Calculus students relax more in class. She's using an approach dubbed by her students as the "backwards classroom." Results have been remarkable. She credits the method of an increase in test scores and says the teaching style suits motivated students well.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Crestron has rolled out a new wireless touch panel that controls AV applications, room temperature, and lighting conditions, while offering support for control applications and Adobe Flash objects.
The Document Foundation this week released LibreOffice 3.3, calling it the first "stable release" of the free, open source office suite, whose developers last year split from the OpenOffice.org effort, now managed by Oracle.