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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Epson Projectors Stand Out in Industry-Leading Awards Programs

Epson Projectors Named Winners of Tech & Learning’s Awards of Excellence, Learning Magazine’s Teachers Choice Awards and District Administration’s Top 100 Products
LONG BEACH, Calif. Feb. 16, 2011 – Epson projectors have won several top education industry publication awards, including three 2010 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence, two 17th Annual LearningÒ Magazine Teachers’ Choice AwardsSM and one District Administration 2010 Readers’ Choice Top 100 Product. The BrightLink 450Wi, PowerLite® Presenter and PowerLite 825+ for the2010 Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence, the BrightLink 450Wi and PowerLite Presenter received the LearningÒ Magazine Teachers’ Choice Awards and the BrightLink 450Wi was named a 2010 Readers’ Choice Top 100 Product by District Administration. All of these award-winning projectors offer a unique set of features and capabilities that meet the diverse instructional needs of educators.

(Personal Note: I have used many projectors over the years, from schools and conference centers to workshops and huge presentations and I find myself always liking Epson Projectors the best when you factor in price, color and versatility. I own an EX70model and have loved it and used it from projecting movies to photo presentations to groups and some PowerPoint-ish things too, It just works, and the price was perfect. Granted not the brightest nor does it have 1080p but I never herd anyone complain about image quality and with the 3ccd chip tech the colors are rendered very accurately. Congratulations to epson on this award, its well deserved)

NEC Noise Suppression Technologies Adopted by Digital Cameras

Tokyo, February 16, 2011 - NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701) announced today the development of technologies for digital cameras in movie mode that suppress the noise produced by motors and other mechanisms used for optical zooming (*1) and that these technologies are featured on system LSI (*2) for the EXILIM EX-ZR10 digital camera by Casio Computer Co., Ltd.

Conventionally, the sound generated by lens drivers for digital cameras in movie mode is recorded as noise by microphones. These new technologies suppress noise through a method that records and saves the core characteristics of sounds created by a camera lens' driving mechanisms, then subtracts this information from signals that are recorded by microphones. Furthermore, these technologies automatically adapt to lens and microphone characteristics among different products, which eliminates the need for customized product adjustment. Moreover, real-time processing is achieved while recording movies as a result of optimizing the number of calculations for noise suppression.

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