Posted on March 30, 2019 By Art Feierman and Nikki Kahl
This year’s award winners are divided into three categories: K-12 Classroom Projectors, Higher Education (university classrooms and lecture halls, small auditoriums, etc.), and a new category called High End and Specialty Projectors for Higher Education (large venue projectors for higher education, museums, digital signage, etc.)
As the category name portends, we consider some specialty projectors that are designed for certain types of museum and signage uses, as well with some brighter projectors, than what would even be needed for the larger lecture halls, so had previously not been addressed in this report. Museums frequently have uses for many projectors.
The projectors from previous reports that we include from previous year’s reports meet these requirements:
That last requirement exists so that schools, school districts, and colleges and universities will be able to buy quantities this summer (2019) to be installed before the fall classes start up. Summer installations are the dominant case.
It’s time to meet this year’s winners!
By clicking on any of these three links, you will be taken to the appropriate page with our summary of why each projector in that “Class” was chosen for an award.
2019-2020 Award Winners: K-12 Classroom Projectors (Standard projectors)
2019-2020 Award Winners: Higher Education (Larger venue)
2019-2020 Award Winners: High End and Specialty Large Venue Projectors
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