SMART Technologies new interactive whiteboard comes with improved projectors that offer twice the lamp life at a reduced price.
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AV experts Mike Tomei and Bill McIntosh predict the higher education market will see a rise in lamlpess projectors, 4K compatible systems, recording studios and wireless collaboration by the end of the year.
When the wife of an employee that works for SMART Technologies first heard about kapp, she introduced the product to her husband. Immediately he saw the benefit for collaboration and presentation in the product. After showing kapp to Tarpon’s General Manager, the company procured their first system.
Berkeley County Schools recently installed ViewSonic interactive displays that offer 6 point simultaneous touch functionality and Windows 8 support. These displays allowed the district to eliminate the cost of maintaining projector bulbs, while still promoting collaboration in the classroom.
BrightSign CEO Jeff Hastings discusses the growing demand for 4K content, the lower end of the digital signage market and if PCs will continue to be utilized in the space.
AccuWeather saw so much success with their StoryTeller solution that their vendors couldn’t keep up. ViewSonic stepped in to help meet the high demand.
Colleges looking for new ways to reach students, faculty and staff should look into internal communications strategies, including digital signage.
The U.S. Department of Education will install a digital signage network for ease of use, multi-user capabilities. The digital signage display will be provided by Navori, and installed by VisualPoint.
After undergoing a major technology install by Electrosonic, the EMK Institute opens to the public. This install included 750 Google Nexus tablets and interactive software by Control Group; three projection design projectors and tvONE CORIO Edge Blender display that all project content on a curved screen; a video wall that is made of five, 55-inch NEC Display video monitors; three video walls made of Sharp 60-inch video monitors, sound system and Sony cameras for content simulations; eight projectors; nine DHD555 Christie projectors that blend with Vista Systems’ Spyders; two ELO touchscreen kiosks; a pair of ceiling-mounted NEC projectors, cameras and AMX touch panels.
See the difference new NEC projectors and displays made for Little Rock classrooms.