Tripp Lite to showcase fiber solutions for ultra-long-distance digital signage.
Planar LookThru technology debuts in 32-inch digital display box designed for product merchandising and exhibition
iCOMPEL signage system for Joy Global recognized as Best Corporate Communication Deployment
New product introductions, a conferencing and collaboration themed booth, education, and a surprise in store for visitors to InfoComm 2012
The company will deploy CodecSys at its Los Angeles, CA headend as an encoding solution to deliver six OTT channels to more than a dozen cable companies located around the globe
Dolby TrueHD with advanced 96k upsampling integrated into Dolby Media Producer delivers enhanced studio-quality surround sound
Education, information and support of WATCHOUT version 5.2 come to fore
Meyer Sound will set up the largest and most sophisticated multichannel surround system the company has ever assembled for a trade show
It seems like only yesterday that I breathed a sigh of relief at the end of the HD format wars. Blu-ray had won and I could safely start building my HD media library. With players under $100, it's safe to say Blu-ray is now mainstream, but current TV's and projectors can display content that is not supported by Blu-ray. Good examples include wide-gamut TV's and 4K displays projectors and AV receivers. It's time to look to the future.
You may have heard about "4K" video resolution being offered by Sony, JVC, and Meridian in some of their latest high-end video projectors and wondered if it's for you. If you're the type who has to ride the first wave to the latest and the greatest, then the answer is "Yes". If you don't have to be first, but enjoy owning state-of-the art electronics, you will still have a little time before 4K technology becomes mainstream
Smart TV Ownership Up 14% from 2009, But Over Half Aren't Connected. We asked Accedo's CEO, Michael Lantz, about the future of SmartTV.
The Continental Automated Buildings Association (http://www.caba.org), through its Connected Home Council (http://www.caba.org/connected-home-council) and new Research Program, has begun work on its Impact of Smart Grid on Connected Home 2012 study. Ron Zimmer, CABA President & CEO describes the organization and project.
NAB is the second most popular event for us to attend because we like to see how prehistoric our years in TV were compared to today and it's like light years. This year we're way beyond pushing stuff to the tube. The content people are sending stuff to everything. We know that's not a brilliant observation but what literally blows us away is how the industry is now able to do it so precisely to your mobile device, in the right format, even at the right time and BAM!!! with the right ads around it that are of most interest to you. It is so elegant. Oh sure they're not exactly certain what your threshold of pain will be for the volume of ads but they're working on that.
Analog Way is pleased to extend its range dedicated to Soft Edge Blending applications with the Smart Edge FX (Ref.STE200) and a new version of the Smart Edge (Ref.STE100) upgraded with PIP feature.
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