For well over a decade HomeToys.com has been covering InfoComm and bringing all the industry news and exciting new products to our eMagazine to help our readers make sense of the massive event. Here we have compiled a list of some new product releases from this years show.
Brandon Hetherington | HomeToys.com
Every summer, the best and brightest of the professional audiovisual communications industry gather at InfoComm to learn new skills, discover innovative solutions, network with each other and celebrate their successes. They come to Collaborate, Communicate and Connect.
InfoComm 2015 is the largest professional AV show in the world, with more than 950 exhibitors and 35,000+ attendees from over 110 countries. This is your once-a-year opportunity to see the latest audiovisual technology, learn the skills that will advance your career, and grow your professional network.
For well over a decade HomeToys.com has been covering InfoComm and bringing all the industry news and exciting new products to our eMagazine to help our readers make sense of the massive event. We have compiled a list of some new product releases from this years show below.
As well make sure to check out our special InfoComm 2015 Newspage for Exhibitor news.
The new DisplayStation Series is a collection of Carts, Stands and Monitor Walls that are application-engineered for easy integration. Every model is designed for professionally-finished installations with a support channel featuring an integrated power strip and convenient cable management system that simplifies wiring during installation and servicing.
DisplayStation Carts and Stands are ideal for simple video teleconferencing, presentation and digital signage systems while the Monitor Walls are well-suited for simple surveillance and monitoring systems and digital signage applications. UL Listed to the highest standard for safety in multi-use environments including public, educational and institutional spaces, the DisplayStation Series is available with casters, levelers or steel plate.
This latest innovation from Christie® – delivers the best size to lumen output ratio in the business weighing in at less than 150lbs.
Christie Boxer 4K30 is a 30,000 lumen, high-resolution, 3DLP® projector designed for high impact live events. With intelligent design and feedback, Christie Boxer 4K30 is the most profit-focused professional projector in the market that will help you deliver an unprecedented user experience time and again. Boxer ensures a low cost of ownership, increases your return on investment, and future proofs your fleet – in the smallest, smartest and most efficient 30K projector available.
Atlas-X1, our premium category-rated system, delivers the highest level of verified performance and reliability, offers tool-free termination for simplified installations, and is easily scalable for migrations up to 40GBASE-T. Atlas-X1 is ideal for deployment in all types of mission-critical networks.
Make cable tracing easy with Platinum Tools' Tone and Probe Set. With its steady tone, push-to-scan button and a clear loudspeaker, quickly trace and identify cable locations on jacks or through walls. Wire bundles are easily penetrated with the tapered probe tip and the probe volume is controlled with a thumbwheel. With common send and receive frequencies, the TP150 is versatile enough to be used with other tone generators or probes.
TiO is engineered to provide flexibility, ease of installation and configuration, and scalability that accommodates a variety of commercial applications. Through the TiO Android and iOS apps, users can easily create unique environments in every room of their business that includes streaming music, lighting control, climate control and control of other systems. TiO is unlike any other automation system because it allows customers to control how the system interacts with their daily lives. It was designed to be simple and intuitive enough for users to perfectly match their needs and create satisfying and powerful experiences. TiO systems promise to stand as one of the easiest automation systems to set up, each system is easily configured via the convenience of an Android or iOS device. In addition to ease of setup, TiO systems offer a nearly flat system pricing structure—a benefit that sets it apart from other automation systems. Customers can easily scale and upgrade systems, adding any combination of elements, to meet their needs.
The KanexPro 4x1 HDMI Switcher with audio extractor is an incredibly thin design, only 0.4 inches (11mm) thick, it weighs only .26 lbs. It is especially suited where space is confined and the need to present, collaborate and switch 4K UHD content to a single display exists. Auto-switching allows for simple, unmanaged operation in locations such as a lectern or under a conference table. When multiple inputs are active, the switching priority is configurable. Audio de-embedding capabilities allows users to extract stereo audio to an external amplifier for use with ceiling speakers. It enables switching of four HDMI source devices like Apple TV, tablets or PCs to one 4K UHD display without losing signal integrity and resolution. The 3.5mm stereo output delivers audio de-embedding & ARC capabilities supporting color depths up to 32 bit and internal EDID management for various display resolutions up to 3840x2160@30Hz. It is capable of transmitting HD 1080p up to 50 ft., features a high-bandwidth of 10.2 Gbps, is HDCP 1.4 compliant and auto-identifies input resolutions to match displays. It supports EDID management automatically to adapt to the resolution from the first detected display from port 1 to 4 and features an LED status for connection. It includes a worldwide power supply with an IR remote & RS-232 control.
Optically Seamless TecVision screens are now available up to 23 feet high.
"When we introduced TecVision we limited the sizes to 15 feet in viewing height because 15 feet was the largest we could provide without traditional seams," according to Bob Mathes, AV/Video Sales & Marketing Manager for Draper, Inc. "We decided that we should leverage our seaming expertise along with our state of the art TecVision technology to come up with a way to make bigger surfaces."
Instead of using traditional seams, or taking the very expensive approach of having a seamless substrate, Draper took a different approach.
"We decided to fuse a base substrate which resulted in a flatter base material with a stronger weld," says Mathes. "With the ideal substrate perfected we could then use our TecVision formulation process to create a perfect and optically seamless viewing surface."
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