AV & Presentation

Education to Help Drive VR Growth

Education is one of the categories that will help propel the massive growth of virtual reality over the next five years.

Epson Launching 7 New Education Projectors

Epson will be rolling out seven new education projectors in its PowerLite line this spring. The new models range from budget classroom projectors to network projectors.

Sony to Roll Out 13,000 Lumen Laser Projector

Sony revealed a range of new AV gear for schools at the ISE 2020 conference taking place in Amsterdam this week. That includes five new laser projectors, with one offering a brightness of 13,000 lumens.

School Uses VR to Introduce Students to New Situations

A British school that works with people who have severe autism is turning to virtual reality to help its students try out new experiences.

SC District Upgrades to Newer Boxlight Interactive Flat Panels

The initial implementation will cover 150 ProColor displays, with the expectation of installing about 500 displays throughout the district over the next year. The installation work is being handled by Howard Technology Solutions, chosen through a bid process.

Maxell Lecture Capture Hardware Adds Classroom Collaboration

Audiovisual company Maxell has released a new lecture capture system that lets operators upload interactive video content and collaborate with classrooms across remote locations. The MA-XL1 is intended for education settings.

New LG Interactive Digital Boards Feature UHD Display, IPS Panels

LG Business Solutions has introduced a three series line of IR-based Interactive Digital Boards and an 86-inch Interactive Digital Board with in-cell touch technology.

New Epson BrightLink Projectors Offer 5,000 Lumens and Ultra Widescreen Display

Epson has debuted two new models in its BrightLink line of interactive laser displays for education.

Sesame Street AR App Launches

The new app created by Weyo and Sesame Workshop gives preschoolers a safe, ad-free environment to learn and play online.

Free Mixed Reality App Teaches Magnetic Field

Wearing headsets, students can visualize how the magnetic field works in two or three dimensions by manipulating virtual bar magnets with their fingers and watching how compass needles respond to this invisible phenomenon.