Short-throw projectors going ‘extreme’ in education

The market for ultra short throw projectors has grown in 2011, experts say.

Not every college classroom is a vast lecture hall. There are dozens, sometimes hundreds, of small rooms on campus that serve as meeting spaces for small class sections—confined areas where projectors can be placed just a couple feet away.

Casting a large, clear picture on a screen or wall is rarely a challenge in the most spacious of lecture halls; professors can place their projectors as far back into the room as needed in order to get a crisp image that supplements a class lesson.

For faculty members who don’t have the luxury of nearly unlimited space, however, there is a new generation of short-throw projectors that have adopted a new name: “ultra short throw” or “extreme short throw.”…Read More

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