Wilsonville, OR–InFocus Corporation, digital projection technology provider, has joined the Microsoft Consumer Experience (MCX) program as one of a select group of 30 industry leaders dedicated to educating consumers about the benefits of technology in their everyday lives.
Together with Microsoft, InFocus will highlight the benefits to consumers of the evolving digital home, and drive the standardization and adoption of innovative and easy-to-use multimedia and wireless solutions.
InFocus was the first manufacturer to demonstrate a wireless digital display solution (the LiteShow), leveraging a beta release of future Microsoft Windows CE technology, last month at CES 2004 in the Microsoft Partner Pavilion.
According to InFocus, the company was selected for the MCX program based on the company’s industry leadership and broad portfolio of solutions and services designed to enhance users’ lifestyles and multimedia experiences with projection technology.
“We look forward to working with industry leaders including InFocus on the MCX program to create new ways to engage consumers about technology experiences,” said Microsoft’s consumer strategy team product manager, Kate Carcelen.
“Our goal for the MCX program is to educate consumers about how Microsoft software in conjunction with industry leading solutions, such as those from InFocus, combines to create useful, powerful technology for consumers.”