Educators know that multimedia projectors can boost attention levels and improve student performance, but the challenge is to choose projectors that meet real-world education needs and budgets. The good news is that there are now projector models specifically designed for the education community that offer lower pricing, more education-focused features, individualized service, and world-class support.
No matter how diverse the multimedia content or interactive the technology, a teacher using a projector with poor image or sound quality will not ignite classroom brain waves. Students must be able to clearly hear the lesson and see the projected image from any seat in a classroom. The clarity and brightness of the image really does make a big difference in how closely students pay attention and retain what they’ve learned.
Solutions like 3LCD, 3-chip technology, which power the majority of all education, business and home theater projectors, deliver vibrant, true-to-life and consistent images. To display a bright image in a typical classroom with ambient light, use a projector with 2,200 to 4,000 lumens of color and white light output. Match the projector resolution to your computer resolution, which most likely will be standard XGA (1024×768 resolution, 4:3 aspect ratio). There are classroom projectors available to meet your resolution needs, including the now less common SVGA (800 x 600, 4:3), and the growing in popularity WXGA (1280×768, 16:10) that is fully compatible with widescreen notebooks. Larger college lecture halls or school auditoriums are more suited to a broader range of brightness and resolution options.
We offer multimedia projectors from
* EPSON (UK)
* SONY (Japan)