Live from NECC: Interactive Projector

 InFocus® Corporation is unveiling its new interactive projector technology at the National Educational Computing Conference this week. 
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 InFocus® Corporation is unveiling its new interactive projector technology at the National Educational Computing Conference this week. Currently undergoing extensive beta testing, InFocus LiteBoard™ eliminates the need to purchase and install whiteboard hardware and frees presenters to interact with the content from around the room. Additional information on the InFocus beta program and its partner network will be announced in the coming months. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.infocus.com.

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