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Media Alert: Luidia's Interactive Technology at TCEA 2012

(February 01, 2012)

SAN CARLOS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/01/12 --

Luidia Inc. will showcase its eBeam technology at TCEA 2012 Convention & Exposition, one of the largest educational technology conferences in the nation and the largest in Texas.

Not just early-adopter states like Texas but school systems nationwide are struggling to bring classrooms into the 21st century, while balancing requirements to do more with less. Luidia understands this challenge and will demonstrate in Booth #317 how schools can implement budget-friendly, retrofit and easy-to-use interactive solutions without sacrificing quality.

Visitors to Booth #317 will have the opportunity to test a wide range of the company's interactive technology, geared specifically to help teachers and students interact, capture, and share content for more effective collaboration. Luidia will also demonstrate additional eBeam technology-powered solutions from leading partners such as Chief, Hitachi and Qwizdom.

For more information, please follow us on Twitter at @eBeam using #TCEA12.

Conference dates: February 6-10, 2012

TCEA 2012 Convention & Exposition
Austin Convention Center
Austin, Texas
Luidia Booth #317

Luidia Inc.
is the creator of interactive eBeam® technology that helps the world capture and share content. The company's products are utilized by organizations of all sizes, with hundreds of thousands of users across multiple industries and geographies. Luidia also partners with industry leaders who apply eBeam® technology in their latest products. For more information on Luidia, please visit Luidia (www.luidia.com) or on Twitter and Facebook.

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