MStar Semiconductor Joins HomePlug® Powerline Alliance and Board of Directors

Reflects Growing Powerline Role in IP Distribution and Broadband Multimedia Connectivity

CEA Objects to California Energy Commission Move to Regulate Consumer Electronics

Innovation, Not Regulation is Making Consumer Electronics More Efficient

WiMAX Forum® Announces WiMAX South Asia 2012

Summit endorsed by the Pakistan Telecommunications Authority and Wateen Telecom

Menlo Park multi-campus house of worship celebrates impressive systems upgrade

Paul Wonsek Associates (PWA) of Marietta, GA, and Michael Garrison Associates (MGA) of Fresno, CA, recently implemented an impressive $2 million renovation of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church.

Vancouver Canucks use projected imagery to create unprecedented fan experience

Established in 1970, the Vancouver Canucks now call the 475,000 square foot Rogers Arena home. Already well-respected as the official ice hockey venue during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, the Canucks brand and creative team wanted to set a new, and largely unchartered, direction for the venue.

Digital Projection's TITAN Quad Illuminates Regional Porsche 911 Launch

Porsche fans are some of the most exuberant auto enthusiasts in the world. With this is mind, how do you launch a new Porsche model in a way that lives up to the expectations of the enthusiast community?

WALKER AUDIO TO DEMO PROSCENIUM BLACK DIAMOND III TURNTABLE AT NEW YORK AUDIO SHOW

Attendees will have the rare opportunity to hear what has been called the best turntable in the world

Walmart to Unlock America's Favorite Movies with Exclusive Disc-to-Digital Service

Retailer Partners with Hollywood to Increase Value of Movie Ownership with Any Time Access to DVDs. An equal conversion for standard DVDs and Blu-ray discs will be $2. Standard DVDs can be upgraded to High-Def (HD) for $5.

California's ESCAPE Youth Theater uses TITAN imagery to kick off 10th theatrical season

ESCAPE Youth Theater, in Santa Clarita California, the land of CalArts, Magic Mountain and College of the Canyons, is celebrating its tenth season and fourth year producing major musicals at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center.

How digital menu boards help drive restaurant sales

Cutting edge visual displays and content creation and management systems were showcased last week at the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas.

For restaurants, the largest takeaways included a look behind best practices and usage at Dairy Queen and Wendy’s, where operators said digital menu boards and supporting technologies have increased sales, helped drive consumers to specific, margin-friendly items and helped inventory management.

“I get goose bumps thinking about it,” said Sue Culver, vice president of retail merchandising for International Dairy Queen, while discussing the potential of digital signage to more easily manage the presentation and promotion of 47 different menu types that exist for the chain’s DQ Grill & Chill, Brazier and “Limited” concept variations.

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Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, SanDisk and Western Digital® to Advance Digital Ownership of High Definition Movies

"Project Phenix" (working title) will Enable Consumers to Buy, Store and Playback HD Versions of Movies and TV Shows at Home or On-the-Go, Easily and Seamlessly

Kaleidescape in breach of contract with DVD Copy Control Association

Kaleidescapes movie servers allow user to copy DVD (but not Blu-ray) content to their server’s hard disk for playback with the Media Server. Even though this content cannot be copied to another location, the  DVD CCA claims this is in breach of its contract with the DVD CCA. Kaleidescape and its agents and distributors cannot continue to sell the product and the courts agree. Moreover, Kaleidescape cannot provide any support related to the Content Scramble System (CSS) copy-protection scheme.

If this becomes a legal precedent, the DVD CCA could go after any vendor that creates a product allowing the ripping of DVD’s. This could be the shot in the arm that Project Phenix and UltraViolet need. Ultraviolet allows a digital copy to be freely copied and played on registered players and the new Project Phenix will create and license solutions that secure high definition and other premium copyright-protected content on local and portable hard drives, and flash memory products such as USB flash drives, SD™ cards and solid state disk drives (SSDs). Of course, industry-wide buy would be required and two big players (Apple and Disney) are not on-board.

In related news Walmart today announced its new Disc to Digital service for UltraViolet: http://hometoys.com/news_detail.php?pr_id=19998617

 

Immersive Dome Experience at Prolight + Sound 2012

European immersive video and projection specialists, Dataton, Digital Projection International and domeprojection.com team up for a stunning technology tour de force

Lowell Introduces Digital Specifier's Guides for Consultants, Contractors and Systems Integrators

- Online documents make it easy to compare products in easy-to-navigate flip books -

Planar's new WeatherBright Series delivers true outdoor performance with advanced engineering for the most demanding outdoor environments

This is the innovative and ruggedized outdoor display solution that delivers both reliability in the most demanding environments and a lower total cost of ownership.

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