SOURCE: Luidia Inc.

June 20, 2011 08:00 ET

MEDIA ALERT: Luidia Demonstrates Interactive Technology for Classrooms at ISTE 2011 in Philadelphia, PA

PHILADELPHIA, PA and SAN CARLOS, CA--(Marketwire - Jun 20, 2011) -


Luidia, a global provider of interactive solutions designed to capture and share digital content, will demonstrate its eBeam products at ISTE 2011, a conference that will bring together more than 13,000 educators and administrators from around the world to learn about new educational technology.

Already adopted and integrated into solutions from leading partners such as HP, Sony, Hitachi and Chief, the eBeam products facilitate engagement and productivity in the classroom. ISTE attendees will learn how eBeam technology can transform analog lesson plans into interactive and collaborative sessions that can be captured, stored and shared digitally.

Luidia will be demonstrating its interactive solutions for classrooms at Booth #1635, including interactive whiteboard products, wireless tablets, student response systems and document cameras. The booth will also feature cutting-edge products powered by eBeam technology, such as the RM Vertable, Tidebreak's learning solutions, Hitachi's ultimate interactive projector and the world's first interactive projector mount by Chief -- as well as showcase Luidia's new partnership with Sony.

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Conference dates: June 26-29, 2011


ISTE 2011
Pennsylvania Convention Center
1101 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 32819
Visit Luidia at Booth #1635

*eBeam products will also be at TEDxPhiladelphiaEd, a TED-like event inviting top educators nationwide to discuss the latest ideas and technology advancements for the classroom held on Saturday, June 25th, at the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania.


Luidia creates interactive solutions to capture and share ideas for organizations of all sizes, with hundreds of thousands of users across multiple industries and geographies. Headquartered in San Carlos, Calif., the company also partners with industry leaders who apply its eBeam technology in their latest products.