Lettings management solutions can keep schools at the heart of the community Kajima
Python in Pieces 2Simple
Five reasons you should have Mac in your school JTRS
Reasons to try Nexus P2P range Nexus
iPad in the Classroom - Reduce your Workload JTRS
Teach Early Years Magazine Subscribe today!
Teach Primary Magazine Subscribe today!
Teach Secondary Magazine Subscribe today!
Technology and Innovation Magazine Order now!
Teach Reading and Writing Magazine Order now!
Oxford University Press Courses
Pioneer of lamp-free projection technology, Casio, has a range of laser & LED hybrid projectors with a wide variety of applications, making them ideal for use in classrooms.
Teachers can benefit from the quick start up time of just five seconds so students can engage with lesson content immediately without getting distracted – crucial for classes with unruly students!
Lamp-free technology also ensures that IT managers do not have to spend any time changing and replacing bulbs, which is a real time-consuming issue for those who are used to using traditional lamp-based projectors for their lessons.
Environmentally friendly to its core, Casio’s technology delivers a range of eco-friendly options when it comes to brightness as well as extremely low power consumption.
A more secure environment for the teacher and students is also ensured, as mercury is totally eliminated from the light source, making them safe for use in the classroom.
The AV award-winning Core series is perfect for school and college use, leading the way in affordable lamp-free projection and providing education establishments with the least expensive option within the Casio range.
This projector is consistently popular with budget stretched colleges who want to provide state of the art lamp-free technology without compromising on quality.
Casio rolled out a fleet of 184 Core projectors at Leicester College and Phil Marshall from KPMS, who worked on the project, explains, “The fact that they are so budget friendly to schools is really important; it means that any school has access to the best quality visuals, and Casio’s fantastic five-year or 10,000-hour warranty means that the schools in which we install Casio projectors achieve total peace of mind.”
The Large Venue Series is Casio’s latest addition to its range and the first to give teachers the capability of sharing 4K Ultra HD content with students. The spectacular colour array that this provides ensures that viewers are totally immersed in the presentation, enhancing the learning experience and retaining attention spans for prolonged periods of time.
Having been designed specifically for larger classrooms and school halls due to the high brightness of 5,000 lumens, pictures can be displayed on a big scale, so that even the student seated furthest away can benefit from its bright and vivid colour reproduction.
Along with the other Casio projectors, the new XJ-L8300HN is also lamp-free, offering extremely low maintenance due to no replacement parts. This ensures total peace of mind over the 20,000 hour lifetime.
Teachers can deliver impactful and engaging presentations even in the smallest of classrooms with Casio’s new Ultra Short Throw (UST) projectors.
On-screen shadowing is virtually eliminated, as the projector can be mounted extremely close to the wall and is capable of projecting a 60-inch screen image from a distance of just 13cm. This means that teachers don’t have to worry about getting in the way of the light beam and blocking visuals.
It’s this flexibility which proved so popular with Aberdare School, as the short throw distance meant that they could fit seamlessly even into the most uniquely shaped classrooms, with IT Manager, Lee Powell concluding, “As part of the new school building, we wanted to make sure that each of the classrooms was equipped with the best education technology to deliver our leading teaching experience.
The peace of mind we get from not having to worry about maintenance and replacement lamps is ideal; which is why we selected the Casio UST projector to be installed in every
classroom. I wouldn’t hesitate to continue to invest in Casio in the future.”
Keep up to date with the latest news from Casio Projectors by subscribing to the blog at projectors.casio.co.uk/blog.
Find us on: