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Casio 3D projectors


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CasioCasio 3D projectors : Building on Casio's revolutionary Slim product line, which represents the world's first mercury lamp-free high-brightness data projectors, Casio introduces new 3D projectors which include enhanced connectivity, improved audio and higher brightness levels. The new Casio 3D projectors are targeted for the education market. The new Casio 3D projectors are built using state-of-the-art LASER & LED HYBRID Light Source technology which continues to provide lamp-free, eco-friendly data projection at a fraction of the cost of traditional projectors. The average user will save $800 after 6,000 hours of use compared to traditional mercury lamps.
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Casio 3D projectors with LASER & LED HYBRID Light Source
Casio's LASER & LED HYBRID Light Source combines blue laser light and a fluorescent element to generate a high output of green light. The green light, blue laser light, and the light emitted by a red LED are projected through a DLP chip which, in turn, is passed through the projection lens to form an image. This light source technology achieves an increase in color spectrum compared with a mercury lamp, while lowering a projector's total cost of ownership and maximizing their investment.

Casio 3D projectors : Short Throw series
The new Casio Short Throw projectors are equipped with an efficient and engaging set of features that illuminate any classroom and aid in the creation of dynamic lesson and lectures. The Casio 3D projectors have a 0.68 throw ratio lens that allows a 60" image to be projected from less than three feet from the screen, enabling an image to be displayed in any size classroom.

Casio 3D projector software
The Casio Short Throw projectors can also display 3D content from a 3D capable computer and with the optional 2D-3D conversion software users can convert and view 2D material, bringing lessons and lectures to life. Bringing classroom participation to new heights, the Interactive Whiteboard function enables users to turn any screen or surface into an interactive workspace, ensuring that every student will want to be a part of the lesson. The optional pen and software for the Casio 3D projectors allow teachers to write and annotate on the screen or switch to "mouse" mode and control the PC, a perfect tool to incorporate into math and science lessons.




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