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AV & Presentation


Califone Intros Speaker for iOS Devices

Califone has introduced a new speaker for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets.

FrontRow Releases iOS-Based AV Control App for Teachers

FrontRow has released Teacher Edition, a new app for iOS-based devices designed to give teachers mobile control over their classroom AV equipment.

BenQ Intros New Projectors for the Classroom

BenQ's new classroom projectors feature a brightness of 3,000 lumens and extended lamp life of up to 10,000 hours.

School for Students with Special Needs Opens Music Facility

Students at the Newmark School are learning to play and record music and improve their socialization skills, thanks to a new music center.

Panopto Updates Lecture Capture Suite with New Accessibility Tools, Security Enhancements

Panopto has released an update to its flagship lecture capture platform. Panopto 4.5 provides improved access for people with visual and hearing impairments, batch upload for video assets, and new security features.

Saving Lessons With Smart Recorder

A middle school computer teacher shares his method of using his Smart Board to record his classes so that they can be shared with students who were absent or who need extra help.

Barco Rolls Out Massive Range of High-Light-Output Projectors, Free-Standing Video Wall

Barco has drastically expanded its lineup of high-light-output, high-resolution projectors. The company launched nine new high-brightness projectors in its Present line, including the brightest single-chip DLP projector on the market, as well as a high-light-output three-chip projector, three collaborative projectors, and a free-standing 2 x 2 video wall.

Smart Updates Interactive Whiteboard Software Licensing

Smart Technologies is updating its licensing policies for the Smart Notebook suite of interactive whiteboard software.

Epson DC-12 Document Camera Outputs 1080p HD

Epson has started shipping a new high-definition document camera for classrooms, the DC-12. The new model offers 1080p output and includes support for annotation without a computer.

High School Marching Band Adds Fiber-Fueled Digital Sounds

In the video, the setup looked like any other kind of high school band playing on the field during half-time. But this one featured not only an energetic horn and percussion section and cheer squad but five electronic keyboards and an electric guitar plugged into the speakers via fiber optic and all performing the Foo Fighters' "The Pretender."

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