Casio: Seven new lamp-free (laser) projectors from Casio — including three from the Core Series and four from the Advanced Series — were on display, all in a compact design. They consume half the amount of power per unit than lamp-based projectors: Power consumption at the brightest setting is only 180 watts and eco modes can reduce power consumption by up to 50 percent. Click here to read the full news.
AP series 5k lumen projector.
Christie: The new AP Series of 3LCD projectors from Christie deliver 5000 ANSI lumens; both the LW502 and LWU502 include HDBaseT (HDBT) single-cable connectivity for both digital signal and control, as well as features such as edge blending, warping, DICOM simulation, and an optional wireless adapter for showing presentations from a remote computer. Click here for the full news.
Crestron: The AV control and automation tech company introduced new solutions that aim to simplify audio in conference rooms, lecture halls, sports and entertainment venues, and other spaces. Headlining the new audio technology is the full line of Avia Digital Signal Processors (DSPs) featuring a DSP programming tool, as well as a selection of amplifiers that support audio over IP using Dante™ audio networking. Click here for the full news.
Pro L25000U Laser WUXGA 3LCD Projector w/ 4K Enhancement & Standard Lens.
Epson: Epson launched the Pro L25000U installation laser projector — a 3LCD laser projector with 25,000 lumens of color brightness and 25,000 lumens of white brightness; 4K-ready lenses come ready for true 4K applications. Click here to read the full news.
EXO U: The software development company launched Ormiboard Pro, a visual creation and collaboration tool that aims to give teachers and students the freedom to build lessons, activities and interactive games for use in any classroom that has displays and/or mobile devices. Click here for the full news.
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