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Texas Instruments showcases immersive tools for teachers

BETT 2010: 3D projector turns heads

Texas Instruments has been demonstrating its 3D projector technology at this year’s BETT show in London.

The vendor has developed its Digital Light Processing (DLP) devices as an aid to educators to help with the teaching of difficult subjects and students.

The technology has already been trialled extensively in the UK and the company is confident that it can bring subjects to life that previously could only be experienced in 2D format.

“Texas Instruments is a long-standing, trusted education partner, and we understand teachers and administrators are at the mercy of limited budgets and carefully regulated curriculums and examinations,” commented Texas Intruments DLP’s education business development manager, Dave Duncan In order to help address these challenges we became the first, and we’re still the only, provider of 3D technology through a single projector. With the incredible affordability DLP projectors provide, we’re making it easy for schools to implement 3D in their classrooms.”

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