50 Ultra Short Throw Projectors will be donated to Schools
Administrators and faculty of public or private schools in the United States can enter Casio’s LampFree® Projector Education Grant for a chance to win one (1) Casio Ultra Short Throw projector (model: XJ-UT310WN) for their school worth $2,000. One (1) winner will be selected in each state* for a total donation of approximately $100,000 in projector technology throughout the duration of the program.
Casio’s new Ultra Short Throw (UST) projector, the XJ-UT310WN, is outfitted with an efficient and engaging set of features that illuminate the classroom and aid in the creation of dynamic lessons and lectures. Geared for educators, the XJ-UT310WN offers brightness up to 3100 lumens, WXGA resolution, 2GB of built-in memory, remote access from a smartphone and a variety of other features for easy classroom integration. With a 0.28 throw ratio lens, the XJ-UT310WN has one of the shortest throw ratios in the industry.
To be eligible for this grant, schools must offer the opportunity for students to write an essay discussing why mercury is harmful to the environment. Each school will then select the best essay to represent their school and submit it to the Casio’s LampFree® Projector Grant website.
Individuals can enter Casio’s LampFree® Projector Education Grant contest by visiting Casio’s LampFree® Projector website and filling out the required information.
Winners will be selected and announced in January of 2015.
*Some states will not be eligible, please see rules and regulations/terms and conditions for additional information.