Google this week is launching Cast, which allows users to share access to a classroom projector wirelessly even when they might be on different networks — without any additional device.
The new ScreenBeam Touch 90 is an interactive digital whiteboard that can be accessed by anybody in a room with a Windows 10-supported device.
Samsung has launched the Samsung Notebook 7 spin, a new laptop designed for multimedia devotees looking for a versatile device that can grow to meet their changing needs. It will be available beginning June 26.
Alexis D’Alessandro of Half Hollow Hills High School West in New York and Megha Vyakaranam of Independence High School in Texas have won Ricoh’s 12th annual Sustainable Development Awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) 2016. Their combined prize was $25,000 in scholarships.
K-12 schools are beginning to see the educational value of virtual and augmented reality and are investing in these technologies even though price points are still aimed at higher-end markets.
Boxlight is unveiling its new line of P12 projectors at the ISTE 2016 Conference & Expo in Denver, June 26-29. Attendees will be able to see live demonstrations of the touch projectors by visiting the Boxlight booth, which is No. 3311.
A record 1,000 exhibitors, including 211 new exhibitors, occupied the north and central halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center last week for InfoComm 2016. The annual audiovisual trade show and conference took up 527,105 net square feet of exhibition and special events space — also a show record.
LG Electronics has introduced new dual-view flat and curved displays that use the same OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology already available in some of its television sets.
Calibre, an image scale and processing technology company, has introduced a streaming video input option for its HQView600 series presentation scaler-switchers, LEDView700 series LED scaler-switchers and HQUltra700 series live events scaler-switchers.
Two educators tell stories of how using a widescreen interactive learning system gets students excited about sharing their work with their classmates.
- By Jessi Toups, Karen D. Owens