INSERTING and REPLACING Adobe Transforms Video Workflows with Upcoming Creative Suite 6 Production Premium Release to Be Previewed at the 2012 NAB Show
Company Showcases Upcoming Video Suite; Celebrates Storytelling and Film at Post|Production World Keynote with Academy-Award Winner Rob Legato and Steve Wozniak
Octoshape selected to solve video quality and bandwidth efficiency issues
Brightcove Announces General Availability of Fully Localized Video Cloud Express and App Cloud Platforms in Japan
Enables organizations of all sizes to deliver high quality digital media experiences across the Web and mobile devices
Head-End Solutions Facilitate Distribution of Quality Audio Entertainment Content Across Myriad Delivery Platforms
Three New Models of Professional Audio Mixers for Live Performance and Recording
Enchantment Resort began an eight-million dollar renovation to its main building, the Clubhouse, this past November
SMSC and Hansong (Nanjing) Technology Ltd. Bring KleerNet™ Technology to Market for Wireless Home Theater Applications
SMSC's focus on wireless audio solutions propels the company to a leadership position in the wireless audio market
The new variables, logic and slider features, which work with existing macros, are designed to provide very powerful options for configuring control systems with UDC software.
French Research Consortium 4EVER Kicks off a 3 Year Multi-Million Euro Plan to Advance the Technologies Supporting the Production and Delivery of Ultra-HDTV
SRS Labs to Showcase Cutting-Edge Broadcast Audio Innovations at National Association of Broadcasters 2012 NAB Show
SRS to Demonstrate New Advanced Solutions Designed to Modernize Audio in the Broadcasting Industry
Dolby 3D designed to work throughout the chain to deliver a 3D format solution enabling HD 3D on any 3D display device
The Smartenit® App offers easy monitoring and control of ZigBee® and INSTEON® automation networks, and will run on mobile/tablet platforms (Android and iOS), web browsers, and on Windows, Mac, and Linux desktops. It uses a local gateway and does not rely on a cloud service for operation.
If you’re anything like me, when you go to the movies, you get there early to be assured of a good seat: there’s nothing worse that arriving 10 minutes before the start of the feature and finding out there are only free seats in rows one and two. Then the pre-movie programming starts and I wish I’d stayed home and waited for the Blu-ray. So it’s a double-edged sword: the risk of a terrible seat for 2 hours or 20-minutes of dreadful movie trivia on a five-minute loop (at best). Two companies have grand ambitions to change all that. Screenvision, is launching The Limelight – the first 2-screen configuration targeted to the big screen and mobile devices. According to Screenvision “The Limelight will make movie-going more fun and involving for the audience, giving them a reason to arrive at the theater early and switch on their mobile devices to play trivia and share movie activity with Facebook friends, earn points and prizes, and much more”. Of course it’s really so you can be targeted with more appropriate advertising, but I’ll take it over what’s on offer today. Another company that thinks they’ve got the solution is Phenomblue with their new Movie Lotto . The general idea is that you arrive early, text a number with your Smartphone, and then scratch a virtual ticket. The grand prize for this is a barcode to redeem at the concession stand. All this for some more popcorn? I can’t say either of these would make me arrive one second earlier. They may just alleviate some of the boredom. The real upside is that once the technology is in place, good content will follow (I hope).
Immersive Display Solutions (IDSI) recently demonstrated their Immersive Desktop solution at I/ITSEC, the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference in Orlando, Florida.
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.