Kevin Cundiff, Vice President of Retail for Fortegra, shares the edtech trends that will have the most impact on learning in 2016.
Technical Direction Company is bringing large-format video projection technology to two must-see events in Sydney this year.
Crushing blow to the real versus fake Christmas Tree debate: artificial Christmas trees can have up to ten times the carbon footprint as real trees.
Since the Qi charging standard was agreed upon, wireless charging has pushed into the home, car and workplace.
Schools need to have a strong understanding of what they are looking to accomplish with technology integration in order for it to have an impact on students’ education.
Wildbytes created the first live face projection mapping performance on stage for Sephora.
The Minecraft-based tutorial was designed by Microsoft and Code.org and teaches students to code and problem-solve by completing challenges in the 2D Minecraft world.
The lobby, featuring 37,000 square feet of View Dynamic Glass, makes a striking visual statement with three-story-tall atrium pillars wrapped in custom NanoLumens NanoWrap visualization solutions playing full-motion video that’s bright enough to withstand the ambient light of midday.