At InfoComm 2015, Casio will be showing off a new eco-friendly projector aimed at schools and small meeting spaces. Also on display will be the rest of the LampFree lineup, which offers features like wireless connectivity, higher brightness and more connectivity.
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Steve Hix is a seasoned veteran of the technology industry, venture capitalism, and the United States armed forces. With several companies, multiple patents, and over twenty years of Naval Intelligence under his belt, Hix knows a thing or two about creating a good product. Circle Technology is his most recent.
SMART Technologies has released the latest member of the SMART kapp family: kapp iQ, an ultra-high-definition display that allows anytime, anywhere collaboration.
BenQ introduced a new projector to its classroom line. Built for small to medium spaces, it’s ideal for a K-12 environment. The new MX570 even features remote management capability for IT staff.
Two integrators and an AV consultant share tips on how to implement interactive displays and what to cover during teacher training. The result is 7 tips any K-12 educator can use.
The Browning School is a NY-based all boys prep school with long and impressive history reflected in both its academic achievements and technology design. We take a look inside recent classroom renovations and the quest to turn a gymnasium into a multipurpose space.