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XPAND EDUX3 3D Glasses Launch at ISTE

June 26, 2012
XPAND EDUX3 3D Glasses Launch to the Head of the Class at ISTE

At ISTE 2012, XPAND 3D’s new EDUX3 3D Glasses are being used at multiple exhibitor booths. Partners include Dell (#3013), Cyber Anatomy (#5625), Lumens (Ladibug Document Cameras) (#4907), Texas Instruments (#3437), Designmate (#3723) and Panasonic (#4601).

“The XPAND EDUX3 3D Glasses are ideal for use in any classroom, lecture hall, auditorium and anywhere else where 3D material is presented in an educational environment. 3D allows teachers to engage and reach their students with remarkable depth,” noted Jodi Szuter, Sales Manager, Education Channel, XPAND 3D. “We’ve listened to all of the teacher feedback regarding 3D glasses and came up with the most reliable, best range, and durable glass for the market. Our glasses are compatible with a wide range of 3D display devices, making them an easy and cost-effective solution for the education market.”

XPAND EDUX3 3D Glasses feature the fastest active-shutter technology on the market for the best and the brightest 3D images available. Their Extended White-Light Range capability gives them the longest viewing distance in the industry. EDUX3 3D Glasses work without any installation—simply turn them on to view 3D content.

The XPAND EDUX3 3D Glasses offer a variety of features that make them ideal for education environments, including:

• Durability – Built from rugged plastic with flex points that extend the lifetime of the glasses
• Lightweight
• Comfort – Come with additional nose pieces to fit children’s faces better
• Use standard over the counter CR2032 batteries – for easy battery replacement with an average of 100 hours of battery life
• Turn on and off with one simple button
• Folding arms
• Lighter, brighter lenses
• Can be kept clean using XPAND 3D X-Wipes and protected with XPAND’s carrying case that holds 30 pair of glasses.

“Studies have shown that using 3D material in the classroom can improve students’ retention rates when learning new material and can also result in higher test scores,” Szuter noted. “Students are more engaged and involved when they view 3D content. 3D isn’t just for entertainment—it’s also an extremely valuable educational tool, especially with complex concepts.”

Jodi Szuter will be giving presentations at the Dell booth (#3013) on Monday, June 25 and Tuesday, June 26 at 12:30-1 PM, 1:30-2 PM, and 4-4:30 PM; and on Wednesday, June 27 at 12:30-2:30 PM.

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