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Touch Me

Untitled ProjectIf using bulky pens with interactive projectors is needlessly awkward, Epson has a new idea. Its Brightlink 595Wi ultra-short-throw projector not only can be used with its interactive pens, but fingers as well. The $1,799 projector uses a trio of LCD panels to put 3,300-lumens of light on the screen and lets teachers and students reach out and touch their lessons by interacting with a module that is placed on the wall near the screen. It can interpret the finger motions, taps and annotations of up to six fingers, perfect for on-screen collaboration.

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