Production designer Trenton Dick expands on his previous LED video design with the use of FLEXLite Plus 6.9mm and FLEXCurtain HD 12.5mm LED video technology.
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What we hear from end users – both in higher education and K-12 – is that image quality is the number one thing they look for when purchasing new projectors.
Without a formal gross anatomy laboratory, Idaho State University-Meridian students relied on video conferencing in the main Pocatello campus for the interactive portion of their studies. Complementing a newly constructed laboratory facility with more than 35 Sharp display systems, ISU-Meridian has advanced health sciences studies across campus and established a hands-on, interactive learning environment.
AVI-SPL, Red Thread among launch partners who’ve helped Microsoft craft all-in-one collaboration platform into something people want.
The new JTouch interactive whiteboard at Marysville Elementary integrates seamlessly into the classroom allowing students to collaborate and interact with web content.
Installed in 46 classrooms district-wide, the interactive displays have increased collaboration and created active learning environments in Peters Township School District.
LCD video wall systems, retractable screen technology and never-before-seen LED cabinet designs were just a few of the display solutions at InfoComm 2016 that are leading the way in display technology.
The new Matrox Monarch LCS advanced lecture capture solutions was introduced at InfoComm 2016, giving higher education institutions a strong, intuitive solution that gives control to the student.
From digital signage software to video wall controllers, InfoComm presented plenty of new digital signage solutions that were beyond just visually impressive.
AVNation invited a corps of guests from news sites, integration and consulting firms, and manufacturing companies to speak live from InfoComm 2016 about what they saw, brought, and learned from the show.