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Inside the engine of a Hitachi laser projector where blue light is beamed through yellow phosphorous to create the right color laser (green).

Hitachi: Four new additions to the high-end Collegiate series are designed for medium- to large-sized venue applications with installation flexibility. Hitachi‘s first solid-state laser projector, LP-WU9750B, offers somewhere around 20,000 hours of operation with no lamp or filter replacement. Click here for the full news.

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A new projector line.

InFocus: At InfoComm, InFocus Corp. released four new projector lines, each equipped with short-throw lenses, embedded storage, and the company’s LightCast technology, which allows native casting for AirPlay, Miracast, or Chrome to wirelessly display content and enable anyone to cast content from their own device. The new lines with LightCast include built-in whiteboard tools and a web browser. Click here to read the full news.


Cloud control was a hot trend at Infocomm.

Kramer: Kramer Control was released during this year’s Infocomm, the company’s new cloud-based solution for control and analytics in any commercial Pro AV environment. Kramer Control lets users seamlessly navigate to any room in an organization and control AV systems, infrastructures and devices, says the company. Click here for the full news.

LG curved OLED display.

LG curved OLED display.

LG: The electronics innovator announced that its brand new Dual-View Flat OLED Display, which offers OLED technology to the U.S. commercial marketplace, will begin shipping next month. Click here for the full news. 


A streaming solution that can clip onto a belt.

LiveU: A provider of live video acquisition and transmission, the company has taken its 10 years of experience in the broadcast industry and put the same technology in every content creator’s hands. Online broadcasters of all sizes can now live stream HD video content directly to Facebook Live or any online video provider – from anywhere – with LiveU Solo, a ‘plug and play’ live streaming portable encoder that takes multiple signals and bonds them together for consistent bandwidth even in the most unpredictable network conditions. Click here for the full news.

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Meris Stansbury is editor of eCampus News. Stephen Noonoo is editor of eSchool News.