AV & Presentation

Crestron Debuts Web Conferencing Systems

AV company Crestron has developed a new line of tabletop conferencing systems that provide for "one-touch" web meetings for small work spaces, such as home offices.

Ed Tech Company Intros New Platform for Delivering VR Lessons

A company that creates augmented reality and virtual reality education applications has launched a new platform for creating and delivering lessons to be taught in VR. VictoryXR Academy from VictoryXR enables the user to build lesson plans for a single class or a course.

Epson Rolling Out 8 New Laser Projectors for Education

Epson has launched eight new models in its BrightLink and PowerLite lines of projectors. All of the new models are laser-based and designed specifically for education.

VR Device Replicates Touch

A new virtual reality device from a team of Carnegie Mellon University researchers allows users to feel walls and solid objects.

Augmented Reality to Reach $100 Billion by 2024

The market for augmented reality will soar to $100 billion by 2024, driven by advances in interaction between the user and AR devices, according to a new forecast by market research firm ABI.

District Deploys Wireless Mic System in Largest Rooms

The equipment included Audio-Technica's fourth-generation 3000 Series microphone wireless systems and AtlasIED's BlueBridge DSP units, power amplifiers and SM12CXT speakers.

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.