Prysm announced two new partnerships with industry giants Cisco and Crestron and launched a new display formation at infoComm 2012 in the Las Vegas Convention Centre from the 13 - 15 June.
Working alongside Cisco, Prysm showcased how the display platform is ideal for producing larger than life telepresence on its booth creating a seamless, lifelike viewing experience on a huge scale. Live action from the Cisco booth was transmitted in real time to the Prysm booth presented on a 6.6ft wide by 3.75ft tall Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) videowall. The incredible display showed Cisco experts giving demonstrations of the latest video collaboration solutions in a live environment.
Amit Jain, Co Founder and CEO for Prysm commented:
"It is an honor to work with Cisco, the worldwide leader in networking, to bring together our common goals of transforming how people connect, communicate and collaborate. Prysm's LPD videowall will enable a seamless, Full HD resolution of live videoconferencing for visitors to see first-hand the power of the collaboration in action."
The Crestron booth featured two cutting edge LPD videowall displays allowing the team to demonstrate the power of automation solutions to visitors. This included a 10ft wide x 6ft tall videowall as the centrepiece and stage backdrop for a presentation which took place every 30 minutes and a 5ft x 3.75ft combination with multitouch capability.
On the Prysm booth, the manufacturer brought creativity to the forefront showing its the freeform display, designed to give integrators creative inspiration for videowall installations, encouraging them to break free of the conventional rectangle shape.
"For us this is the leading AV exhibition so a great place to be showcasing new screen formations and displays to hear the industry's opinions. We are also proud to be working with industry giant Crestron who selected our revolutionary display technology as the perfect visual solution to represent their brand and key messages on their booth at the show."