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FETC 2013: Bringing 3-D into the Classroom

PL_W16_LT_ANGThe latest classroom projector can not only pump out the brightness with a 3,000 lumen rating, but can put 3-D images onto the screen. Based on its three LCD panels, Epson’s PowerLite W16 features a 1,280 by 800 resolution and works with active-shutter glasses to project 3-D images, CAD models and photos without the need for converter electronics. Look for the $850 PowerLite W16 later this month as well as the stacked W16SK duo, which uses less expensive passive glasses; it costs $1,900. You can see them at booth 709.

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