Learning in 3-D:

Three-dimensional video is coming soon to education; here’s what you should know about this emerging trend.
Read this FREE special report and you’ll:
• Realize that 3-D technology is becoming more and more affordable
• Learn about Texas Instruments “DLP 3-D Classroom Ecosystem”
• Discover how 3-D technology can help students better grasp spatially related concepts
• Find out more about immersive virtual-reality environments

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The automobile, moving pictures, personal computers, cell phones, and social networks-all of these technologies, once considered frivolous, have made such a huge impact on our culture that our daily lives would change dramatically without them.
Could 3-D video be next?
Owing to rapid advances in technology, 3-D video already is taking cinema by storm—and mainstream use of 3-D video in the home and elsewhere isn’t far off. What’s more, advocates of 3-D video say it has the potential to revolutionize the way students learn.
Thanks to support from Texas Instruments this special report is available now to all educators at eSchool News Online.

Find out more about what 3-D technology is doing for education. Visit our special report available for FREE now at: http://www.eschoolnews.com/news/special-reports/special-reports-articles/index.cfm?i=61574

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