In order to compete with the rise of bright, long-lasting LED projectors, Hitachi America, Ltd. Digital Media Division has announced the LP-WU3500, 3,500 lumen LED projector. The LP-WU3500 offers low total cost and low-maintenance ownership, with an expected 20,000 hours of life. The projector comes with a host of features and a five-year or 20,000 […]
NEC Display Solutions of America has announced the NP-PA653UL and NP-PA803UL installation projectors, the world’s first filter-free LCD laser models on the market. The projectors’ laser light sources and sealed optical engines prevent the accumulation of dust particles and give users 20,000 hours of maintenance-free performance. Delivering 6,500 lumens and 8,000 lumens of brightness, respectively, […]
In a world where visual-based information passes fluidly between handsets, monitors, digital signage, and projector installations, the quality and integrity of the colors that channel our information is starting to change the way manufacturers engineer visual display products. Within most screen-based devices, color accuracy is already being observed across different units, meaning users obtain the […]
Whether you want to stay the traditional lamp-based route or try a new LED, the latest projectors are designed to fit your needs. Learn how to tell the difference and which is best for you.
This year, the second annual CorpComm Expo and EduComm Expo took place at the Navy Pier in Chicago, IL. CorpComm Expo is the world’s first and only conference and trade show exclusively dedicated to showcasing digital communications technology and education that specifically serve the needs of corporate professionals. Professional end user attendance includes C-level and […]
Classroom display technology has a longer history than some may think. Starting as early as 1925, classrooms regularly used film strip projectors to show educational content, and by the 1960’s, overhead projectors became the industry standard. Today, classrooms use a wide variety of technology to present content to students. Below are six things to consider […]
In 2012, Rodger Perry began working at Cleveland Community College as the Audiovisual Coordinator. One of his first projects on campus was to replace older classroom and meeting room projectors with new ones. After looking into different types and brands of projectors, Perry decided to support the school’s previous decision and stick with Hitachi projectors. […]
Two adjacent meeting rooms can now split resources and benefit from the same technology thanks to new audio and video equipment in each room.
What we hear from end users – both in higher education and K-12 – is that image quality is the number one thing they look for when purchasing new projectors.
The age old debate of projector versus display depends on the utility of the device and where it will be housed.