Panasonic expands SOLID SHINE projector series

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Panasonic, a provider of professional projector solutions, has introduced a new PT-RZ570U 1-Chip DLP Laser Phosphor projector. As the technology evolves, we’re able to expand access to an increasing number of products and at the same time expand into new markets previously in-accessible due to limitations in lamp technology,” said John Baisley, Sr. Vice President, Visual & Imaging Business Operations, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “In

Panasonic showcases new laser projectors, digital displays

eSchool News

Panasonic has launched a wide range of visual systems technologies. The PT-RZ970 Series is engineered for virtually maintenance-free long-haul operation, shares optional lenses with Panasonic’s 1-Chip DLP™ projector family and includes the PT-RZ970 (WUXGA), PT-RW930 (WXGA) and PT-RX110 (XGA), all available in black or white cabinets in June 2016. Pages can be created, saved, and shared from the screen, or any media displayed and annotated via a new easy-access sub-menu bar.

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Panasonic showcases the power of K-12 interactive displays

eSchool News

Panasonic , provider of professional display solutions for education, demonstrated its BF1 display technology at ISTE 2016. Panasonic is committed to continual improvement in performance, versatility, and efficiency in the education space,” says John Baisley, Senior Vice President, Visual & Imaging, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “We The company’s ISTE presence demonstrated how display technology can be crucial in the classroom.

Panasonic's New BF1 Interactive Display Series Makes Collaboration and Accessibility Easier for Schools

District Administration

Designed for K-12, the BF1interactive display features three innovations that make it easy for teachers to foster collaborative and accessible learning: Color Universal Design supports students with color vision impairment for greater accessibility, PC-free operation unshackles the instructor's laptop, and Intel ProWiDi offers reliable, wireless mirroring. Date of broadcast: Thursday, July 14, 2016 10:35 am EST Watch Now Sponsored by: Panasonic Corporation of North America.

Why health care startups need a disruptive value network

The Christensen Institute

A novel business model that targets nonconsumers, or people who couldn’t consume old solutions due to access or cost. Sony and Panasonic entered the market with cheap, portable products using solid-state transistors. Wal-Mart and Kmart, on the other hand, matched the high-volume, low-margin business that Sony and Panasonic could profit from. Health care’s inefficiency and potential for disruption have telemedicine and other tech startups stampeding for the new gold rush.

What post-WWII Japan teaches about economic recovery in 2020

The Christensen Institute

However, the silver lining of nonconsumption is that it implies opportunity , something companies like Toyota, Sony, Honda, Panasonic, and others recognized. Economies around the globe face an uphill battle in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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High School Auditorium Gets Major AV Update

techlearning

The room has tiered seating in the back, and getting access to the ceiling for wiring and speaker installation was accomplished through lifts and scaffolding. A 12,000-lumen Panasonic PT-RZ12KU laser projector was added to meet Groves’ video needs, as well. Calling the auditorium at Groves High School, located in Beverly Hills, MI, a “multiuse” venue is a bit of an understatement.

Hack Education Weekly News

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“ Digital Promise Global has received a three-year, $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to address equitable access to computational education in public schools,” Education Week reports. ” Coming soon to a “flexible classroom” near you: “ Panasonic’s human blinkers help people concentrate in open-plan offices,” says Dezeen. Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles.