AV technology maker AMX reported it has acquired SchoolView Technologies, a developer of software designed for managing various aspects of school technologies, from bell schedules and clock synchronization to streaming video and paging.
Boulder Valley School District in Colorado reported it will deploy classroom management software to all of its computer and media center labs for the new school year.
LG Electronics this week unveiled its next generation of network monitors, the U Series, at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC).
NEC has launched a series of new high-resolution, high-light-output projectors designed for fixed installation applications in large venues, such as lecture halls and campus theaters.
Crestron has unveiled a high-definition device that can record and replay lectures anywhere through mobile device. It comes in two models.
Samsung has launched a new classroom visual presentation system that supports 30 FPS output at native resolutions up to SXGA.
Korean company PenandFree has created a technology that allows people to use any flat surface as an interactive whiteboard.
- By Dian Schaffhauser
Extron has introduced its new streaming media encoder, the SME 100. It features standards-based H.264 / MPEG-4 advanced video coding (AVC) with output that is compatible with desktop and laptop PCs and can be streamed over networks.
Panasonic has unveiled a range of new audiovisual gear for education, including a 16,000-lumen LCD projector and a new widescreen classroom projector.
- By Mike Hohenbrink
Canon USA has added the LV-8320 to its lineup of portable multimedia LCD projectors for the education.