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Casio Lamp-Free Projector Technology Contest for Schools

It would seem that your school's chances are as good as any as the Casio America Business Projector Division promotes their new short throw projectors via a free contest. Called the Casio Lamp-Free Projector Technology Grant, this is your school's chance to win a Mobile Classroom Package worth $12,500. The package includes a Casio Short Throw Projector, Casio Pen & Software, 30 pairs of Casio 3D active glasses and an AVRover Cart equipped with a 3D computer.The promotion is currently underway and ends October 31, 2011 at 11:59PM Eastern Standard Time.

Enter by by visiting Casio’s Education Projector website www.CasioEducationProjectors.com and filling out the required fields or by sending a postcard with your name, complete street address, daytime telephone number and school or university which employs you and send to Casio Lamp-Free Projector Grant, PO Box 18893, San Jose, CA 95158. Postcards must be postmarked by October 31, 2011 and received by November 7, 2011.

Look for a winner to be announced around November 10.

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Posted Jan 22, 2012 6:23:19 AM

By dee

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i can build one of those i need special lasers that's all like non infrared led's non red non uv just reg light lasers prob don't even exist yet

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