Published on 4/4/2018
Art is undergoing a revolution of sorts. Technology has progressed to the point where, more than ever before, contemporary artists are experimenting with digital mediums and pushing the boundaries of human perception. Pursuits like projection mapping are turning famous buildings into light shows and optical illusions, and here at Epson, we're hooked.
Melbourne-based Rose Staff is one such artist, whose large-scale projection mapping through the use of Epson technology has appeared in some of Australia's, and the world's, biggest festivals. Today we're shining the spotlight on Ms Staff, one of our favourite new media visual artists. Let's find out what inspires her, and how technology has impacted her work.
Published on 13/8/2015
29 July 2015 by paul548if – When St Margaret’s College upgraded its AV capabilities recently, Epson’s ‘impressive’ and ‘flexible’ EB-485Wi and EB-585Wi interactive ultra-short throw projectors proved the perfect solution. Read more ...
Published on 1/10/2014
SYDNEY, 24 July 2014 – Saint Stephen’s College in Coomera, Queensland has just completed an overhaul of its learning support and science facilities. Part of this overhaul included a review and assessment of existing projectors used at the college and a major purchase of new ultra short throw Epson EB-595Wi finger touch-enabled interactive projectors.
Published on 1/10/2014
Northgate State School was the first school in Queensland to have all teachers complete their Information and Communications Technology (ICT) certification. As a result the smartboards housed in all the school’s classrooms were no longer considered as a dependable resource for learning and a better alternative was sought. The alternative that was found was the new Epson EB-595Wi finger touch-enabled interactive projector.
Published on 21/3/2014
Wellington’s Queen Margaret College has implemented several interactive technologies over the past few years. However, it’s the latest acquisition that has added a truly new dimension to the classroom, writes Lee Suckling. This EB-485WI is an ultra-shortthrow projector that can turn any surface – even a table top – into a large, widescreen, interactive display. It offers simultaneous, dual pen functionality, selfcalibration, and advanced networking capability that enables users to monitor, control and present from a remote location.
Published on 7/1/2014
Epson MeetingMate Interactive projector technology - the natural partner for excellence and enterprise in learning at the national INSPIRE Centre. The INSPIRE Centre in the Faculty of Education, Science, Technology and Mathematics (ESTeM) at the University of Canberra is a leader in new generation teaching and learning approaches.
Published on 16/12/2013
In the multi-discipline world of electrical, data and communications, Alliance SI is an Australian innovator. Since the company was founded at the very beginning of the PC revolution in 1977, it has carved a solid niche for itself as an undisputed leader by maintaining a position at the leading edge of new technologies and project management practices. Helping the company build an increasingly effective, collaborative environment is the Epson MeetingMate™ – the new force in meeting room collaboration and sharing.
Published on 17/9/2013
A hi-tech urban activation with an eye for the past. The buzz term is 'urban activation' — taking a part of town that's a bit down at the mouth and give people a reason to stroll it, dine in it, and enjoy it.
Published on 5/6/2013
Are Epson Interactive Projectors Transforming French Classes at Alliance Francaise in Brisbane?
The answer is Oui Oui!
The latest interactive teaching tools, techniques and learning environments are critical not only for successful student outcomes, but also for the ongoing growth and development of the French language school, Alliance Francaise in Brisbane.
Published on 30/10/2012
STUDENTS GAIN THE ADVANTAGE WITH EPSON PROJECTOR TECHNOLOGY IN THEIR CLASSROOM
In December 2011, Newtown State School purchased and installed Epson ultra short throw interactive projectors for use across the campus to accommodate the new curriculum from Queensland Education.
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