InFocus Corp., a company that specializes in digital projection projects, is demonstrating several new Mac compatible products tailored to educators’ needs at this week’s National Educational Computing Conference (NECC) in San Antonio, TX.
The company is demonstrating two new projectors: the LP250 and LP240. They feature lightweight design and compatibility with ProjectorNet, InFocus’ software solution that enables centralized control of projectors. At their NECC booth, InFocus will also show several other projectors in its education line, including the LP500, a projector that offers high lumens for use even in well-lit classrooms, and the LP790, a projector built for running advanced applications such as e-learning in large auditoriums.
Studies show that projection technology in the classroom cuts learning time in half and increases retention by 40 percent, according to InFocus. This week the company says it has reaffirmed its dedication to serving the education market by tailoring several new products to educators’ needs.
In addition, InFocus recently launched a Web site (http://www.infocus.com/education) for teachers, administrators and resellers. The company has also introduced the “Building Brighter Classrooms” grant program, which enables educators to leverage the benefits of digital projection.